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Bottas wins wet Turkish GP as Red Bull secures double podium

Turkish Grand Prix – Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas has claimed victory at the Turkish GP from both Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. A wet start to the race saw the drivers play a waiting game for the conditions to improve. Mercedes Lewis Hamilton had looked set for a podium finish after holding on to his tyres for 50 laps. However, the team called him in as threats from Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly behind would have seen him drop down further. Leclerc briefly led the race but had to come into the pits for fresh intermediates as the Monaco man was losing too much time. However nobody could touch Bottas as the Finn took a commanding win from...
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