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VIDEO: Watch Valtteri Bottas' wheel nut shear off in the pits!

Video To news overview © Formula 1 Formula 1 has released a video to show what happened to Valtteri Bottas during his disastrous pitstop that forced the Mercedes driver to retire from the Monaco Grand Prix. His mechanics were unable to remove the right front wheel from the W12, as the wheel nut machined itself onto the axle, meaning Bottas was forced to retire, and the Finn was understandably annoyed afterwards."From my side, I was basically ' know this is a slow pit stop'," Bottas sighed afterwards, speaking to select members of the media, including RacingNews365.com. "It's bad luck from my side, but it's something that, as a team, it's gonna be a big priority going into...
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