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Bottas: Decent points considering the gap to Red Bull

Valtteri Bottas was satisfied with his afternoon's work at the Austrian Grand Prix, with the Finn securing his best result of the season in second. Starting fifth, Bottas benefitted from an early incident involving Lando Norris and Sergio Perez, which led to Norris picking up a five-second penalty, while damage sustained to Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes saw him leap into second. It has been a difficult season so far for the Finn, who has largely had to play back-up to his teammate, but was allowed to race Hamilton on this occasion and was able to get the job done. Despite the result Bottas remains fifth in the drivers' championship, but he appeared buoyed as his attention turns to the British...
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