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Ferrari tried to help Mercedes remove Bottas wheel

May 25 Ferrari tried to help Mercedes mechanics remove the stuck wheel that caused Valtteri Bottas to retire from the Monaco GP. The odd sight of mechanics unable to get the Finn's wheel off during a pitstop was a major problem for the Brackley based team, as it meant Red Bull sped past in the constructors' world championship. 'The gun made the wheel nut completely round,' team boss Toto Wolff told motorsport-magazin.com. 'I've never seen anything like it. There's nothing left of it. 'Valtteri told us he could see the metal shavings fly up. 'The tyre is still on the car now,' the Austrian added, revealing that after 'Ferrari helped us with heavy equipment' like a sledgehammer following...
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