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Valtteri Bottas claims first ever win after holding off Sebastian Vettel charge at Russian Grand Prix... but Lewis ... - Daily Mail

Valtteri Bottas won the Russian Grand Prix like a rocket at the start and like a limpet at the finish. In doing so he poured a can of worms all over Lewis Hamilton's head. The victory was established at the first couple of corners, where the Finn ...and more »

What a race! Bottas wins nail-biting 2017 Russian GP - Wheels24

Russia - Valtteri Bottas claimed his maiden Formula 1 victory on Sunday when he resisted intense pressure from championship leader Sebastian Vettel to triumph for Mercedes in a tense 2017 Russian Grand Prix. Bottas', starting from third place on the ...and more »

Winners and Losers - Russia - Formula 1

From first-lap collisions to a first-time victor, Sunday's 2017 Formula 1 VTB Russian Grand Prix had its fair share of contrasting fortunes... The Winners. Valtteri Bottas - F1's new 'Flying Finn'. He has looked decent all season, barring that ...and more »

Valtteri Bottas wins Russian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton struggles - BBC Sport

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas secured his maiden Formula 1 victory by holding off a late charge from Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in the Russian Grand Prix. Bottas jumped Vettel and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen at the start from his third position on the ...and more »

Russian Grand Prix 2017 - qualifying: Sebastian Vettel takes pole, while Lewis Hamilton starts in fourth -

This was a red-letter day for Formula One, an occasion when Ferrari proved that they could not just outsmart Mercedes during races but eclipse them for raw pace into the bargain. Under pristine skies here in Sochi, Sebastian Vettel broke the Silver ...and more »

Russian GP 2017: How Valtteri Bottas held off Sebastian Vettel for maiden win as Ferrari and Mercedes open up ... -

While Valtteri Bottas' one-year contract is hardly the greatest affirmation of his long-term potential, the Finn has shown definitively that he is not at Mercedes to be Lewis Hamilton's understudy. Having out-qualified the triple world champion in ...and more »

F1 2017 heralded as an 'exciting' new era, but that shows just how far the sport has fallen - The Independent

Four races, three different winners and an unpredictable title battle is evidence that Formula One has come back to live this season, and not before time either. Sunday's Russian Grand Prix saw the arrival the 107th Grand Prix winner in Valtteri Bottas ...and more »

It's Ferrari versus Mercedes - Sportstarlive

With three races down, the 2017 F1 season promises a fascinating battle between Ferrari and Mercedes. And the early signs indicate that the championship will go all the way down to the wire. Karun Chandhok. 26 April, 2017 14:57 IST. Sebastian Vettel is ...and more »

Russian Grand Prix 2017: Sebastian Vettel on pole in Ferrari front-row lockout with Lewis Hamilton in fourth - The Independent

When you really earn your spurs as a grand prix winner, you don't do it with much greater credibility than when you soak up the intense challenge of a four-time world champion. Or when you leave a three-time world champion trailing 36.3s in your wake ...and more »

Raikkonen: Small details make the big difference - Planet F1

Securing his first podium result of the campaign, Kimi Raikkonen believes race wins are on the horizon, he just needs to get the small details down pat. Starting second on the Russian Grand Prix grid, Raikkonen lost a position into the first corner as ...and more »