Formula One: Valtteri Bottas claims maiden F1 victory - The Straits Times

Valtteri Bottas celebrating his first F1 win at the Russian Grand Prix with the Mercedes crew. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen finished second and third respectively, with drivers' championship leader Vettel (86 points) extending his ...

Russian GP quali: Ferrari takes front row! - Alive For Football

Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel secured the pole position for the 2017 Formula 1 VTB Russian Grand Prix after leading the official qualifier laps here on Saturday. Sebastian Vettel has taken pole position for Ferrari in qualifying, with team ...

F1 Russian GP: 'I want to do it again and again' - Bottas - crash.net

After getting the taste of that winning feeling in Formula 1 on Sunday in Russia, Valtteri Bottas wants it to become a regular occurrence. Follow @GPF1RST. StumbleUpon. 'I want to do it again and again' - Bottas F1 Russian GP: 'I want to do it again ...

Russian Grand Prix Review - BBC Sport

Jack Nicholls and Tom Clarkson look back at the Russian Grand Prix which was won by Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas. It was the Finnish driver's first win in F1 and he talks to us about that maiden victory. We also get the thoughts of Sebastien Vettel, Lewis ...

Vettel: Massa did Bottas "a favour twice" - Motorsport.com, Edition: Global

Sebastian Vettel says Felipe Massa did Valtteri Bottas "a favour twice" in the battle for victory in the Russian Grand Prix. Vettel had closed within DRS range of Bottas before the start of the final lap, but the German was forced to take an unorthodox ...

Valtteri Bottas wins the Russian Grand Prix for his first Formula One victory - Los Angeles Times

Valtteri Bottas fended off hard-charging Sebastian Vettel and outshone Lewis Hamilton to claim his first Formula One win on Sunday in the Russian Grand Prix. As Mercedes responded to Ferrari's strong early-season pace, it was Bottas, often viewed as ...

Hamilton struggles to fourth in Sochi after 'very tough weekend' - Yahoo Sports

Lewis Hamilton endured one of his toughest Formula 1 races in recent memory in Russia on Sunday, finishing fourth at the Sochi Autodrom as Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas took his maiden grand prix win. Hamilton qualified fourth on Saturday, almost ...