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Bottas: We always aim for more but for now we need to be happy

Valtteri Bottas on the Hockenheim podium Valtteri Bottas is the fast rising star of Formula 1 after his third consecutive podium for Williams, this time finishing second at the German Grand Prix and scoring his illustrious team's 300th podium. The young Finn spoke after his strong showing at Hockenheim. Three time on the podium now but how hot was the breath of this guy [Hamilton] on your neck? Valtteri Bottas: Yeah, I feel really happy again being third time in a row on the podium. These guys were too quick today but really happy that we at least managed to keep one of them behind. It was not easy, it required all the info from the engineers, what to do with the engine modes, and from my...
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