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Bewildered Bottas enjoyed 'best race ever'!

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 17/03/2019 at 07:31 Valtteri Bottas doesn't know how he did it, but the Mercedes driver does know that the 2019 Australian Grand Prix was his best race ever in Formula 1. Bottas gained the upper hand over team mate Lewis Hamilton at the start and never looked back, running away with the race and achieving a crushing win over the reigning world champion. Bottas starts 2019 with big win over Hamilton in Australia! Asked on the podium by Mark Webber what he had eaten for breakfast, the day's winner said he had enjoyed a bowl of 'porridge'. It was an underwhelming answer for a stand-out performance. "I don't know what to say," said Bottas....
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