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Bottas: We're stronger than we expected so far

Article To news overview © Bottas quali Monza Valtteri Bottas says Mercedes are "maybe stronger than we expected" to be at the Italian Grand Prix after he took first place in qualifying at Monza, with teammate Lewis Hamilton close behind in second. Bottas was 0.411 seconds faster than championship leader and Red Bull rival Max Verstappen, who will start the Sprint Qualifying race from third. Mercedes have gone well at Monza in recent years, winning five of the last seven races at the hands of Hamilton, and the Silver Arrows looked dominant throughout Friday's running at the track. "The lap felt nice and I enjoyed it," said Bottas. "The last lap was a beautiful lap...
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