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Hamilton Praises Russell For Issuing Apology To Bottas

Sir Lewis Hamilton has praised George Russell for taking responsibility and apologising to Valtteri Bottas for his behaviour after their high-speed crash during the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Following the crash at Tamburello, Russell jumped out of the cockpit of his Williams and approached Bottas’ car, before exchanging words with the Finn and slapping his helmet. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! After the grand prix, Russell revealed that he had asked Bottas if he was trying to kill both of them, but after reviewing the crash from different camera angles, the Williams driver posted an apology on social media. Some thoughts on yesterday:...
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