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Wolff Admits: We ‘Let Bottas Down'

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has admitted that they let Valtteri Bottas down in this year’s Monaco Grand Prix. The Finn was running in P2 when he came in for what should have been a routine pitstop, but the attempted tyre change ultimately forced him to retire from the grand prix after a wheel nut lodged itself into the front right wheel of his car. READ: Norris: Brown & Seidl Sometimes Give Me A ‘Kick Up The Arse’ To Do Better This made it impossible for his pit crew to remove the tyre, leaving Mercedes with no choice but to retire the car. Speaking after the race, Wolff said that Bottas was partly to blame for the incident, as he didn’t stop exactly on his marks in the pit...
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