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Alfa Romeo expecting boost at Silverstone as they'll stop running old parts on Friday

Alfa Romeo drivers Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu will run the same car set-up from Friday through to Sunday at this weekend’s British Grand Prix. Bottas and Zhou have managed nine points finishes between them in the opening nine rounds of the season, with both cars ended the Canadian Grand Prix in the top 10 for only the second time this season. The Finn and the 23-year-old have suffered a few reliability issues this year, with Bottas missing his share of practice sessions and Zhou retiring from the Spanish and Azerbaijan Grand Prix with reliability failures. One of the issues for the Swiss side has been that they are turning up to Friday practice with old parts on the car before...
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