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Valtteri Bottas partnership 'greatest' in F1 history - Lewis Hamilton

World Champion Lewis Hamilton believes his partnership with Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes is the “greatest in terms of respect and team work” in the history of Formula 1. Bottas joined Mercedes at the start of 2017 in place of retired World Champion Nico Rosberg, and Hamilton has gone on to take the title in both years alongside the Finn. Hamilton believes the manner in which Bottas conducts himself, both on- and off-track, has been influential in his own title success in 2018. “One of the most difficult moments of the year was in Russia for me,” said Hamilton. “Being at the core of me I want to win the race, by winning the race. “Being let by in Russia...
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