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Bottas surprised with third in qualifying

Valtteri Bottas says he is surprised with third on the grid for tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring. The Finn didn't expect the circuit to play to the strengths of the Mercedes-powered Williams FW34, but he feels the upgrades are working well and is optimistic that the team can secure a good result in the race. 'I think maybe a little bit of a surprise,' he said in the post-qualifying press conference. 'We knew that Red Bull are going to be really quick here and also Ferrari and obviously Mercedes like always. 'The nature of the track in theory is not the best for us, but we’ve been able to work well as a team to bring some updates, which really worked well. 'Obviously...
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