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‘Brutally Honest’ Verdict On Bottas-Russell Incident

George Russell was responsible for the high-speed crash he had with Valtteri Bottas during Sunday’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, according to former F1 racer Jolyon Palmer. The pair were fighting for P9 for several laps, and Russell eventually got a run on Bottas as they approached the Tamburello chicane, but he lost control of his Williams and triggered a multi-impact crash with the Mercedes and the barriers. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! Russell immediately walked over to Bottas and slapped his helmet, and he later revealed that he had asked the Finn “if he was trying to kill us both.” Palmer has said he believes Russell was at fault and his actions after the...
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