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Bottas takes Italian GP grid penalty after engine change

Valtteri Bottas will start Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix from the back of the field after being fitted with a new power unit at Monza. Mercedes installed the new elements ahead of Friday’s qualifying session, which precedes the second ‘F1 Sprint' on Saturday. The penalty will not impact Bottas' starting position for Saturday's shorter race, which […]
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