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Russell Apologises To Bottas Following High-Speed Imola Crash

Williams driver George Russell has apologised to Valtteri Bottas following the horrific accident the pair had during the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. In the immediate aftermath of the crash, Russell jumped out of his cockpit and approached Bottas’ car. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! The drivers exchanged words before Bottas raised his middle finger and Russell slapped the Finn’s head. After the race, Russell revealed that he had asked Bottas if he was trying to kill both of them, but the young Brit today issued an apology on social media. Some thoughts on yesterday: pic.twitter.com/xU07da7DCz — George Russell (@GeorgeRussell63) April 19, 2021 “Yesterday...
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