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Bottas thrilled by third straight podium

Williams Martini Racing Valtteri Bottas expressed his delight after he raced to his third successive podium by finishing in second place at the German Grand Prix. Bottas started from the front row of the grid and maintained second into the first corner, despite making a slow getaway. He executed a two stop strategy and defended against a charging Lewis Hamilton during the final stint to collect his third straight top three finish. "I was close to Lewis when he stopped and then there were 20 laps to go," he said. "I knew it would be close at the end, he could make up the loss, he was riding on my tail the last few laps. "For me it was important to get a good exit for the...
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