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Valtteri Bottas in foul-mouthed tirade after proving doubters wrong

Valtteri Bottas in foul-mouthed tirade after proving doubters wrong”

"To whom it may concern, f*** you", he said after beating Hamilton by nearly 21 seconds, with the nearest Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel 57 seconds adrift.

'Obviously there are many people who support you, and honestly I appreciate that a lot.

At the season-opening race in Melbourne on Sunday, Leclerc qualified two places behind Vettel after making an error on his final qualifying lap.

Leclerc went off the track early in the race, but he only lost a few seconds as a result of it; he did not lose fifth place, which is the position in which he started the race.

Bottas ended an answer in the post-race press conference to ensure he paid tribute to the popular and respected 66-year-old.

Mattia Binotto admits that Ferrari did not understand why their strong pre-season performance deserted them at the Australian Grand Prix.

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"That's why we didn't stop in the end, because stopping again is always one more risk, whether at the same time there's a safety auto, or an issue with the pit stop". "His qualifying wasn't flawless; he is aware of it. And Valtteri did an exceptional job throughout the race, so congratulations to him and after that it was just about bringing the vehicle home".

"We need to analyze what happened here in peace at the factory", Binotto said. Charles did a great second stint.

"The second lap was definitely better than the first, which is not always the case and it's always quite hard in the second lap to pull that amount of time out but the first lap I made a mistake which is quite unusual for me", said Hamilton afterward. Hopefully we can hold position and make up some ground at the start.

Bottas also picked up that accolade too after setting a time of 1:25:580, scoring maximum points for the silver arrows.

"All weekend I didn't get that confidence I had in Barcelona so I didn't have the vehicle underneath to play around and it wasn't doing what I was asking".

Valtteri Bottas hit out at his detractors and claimed he has entered the new season with a fresh approach after an emphatic win at the Australian Grand Prix.

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Vettel and Binotto said they did not yet know what had gone wrong in Australia to cause the vehicle to have less grip and poor balance compared to in pre-season testing in Barcelona.

"We didn't find the right balance".

However, the gap between Bottas and Hamilton was a gigantic one, something that Vettel did not quite understand.

"For us as a team, we have such a strong package going forwards and then, for myself, after quite a tricky a year ago, to have started the season like this".

"We have a good vehicle, we know it - this weekend we didn't and overall we were not competitive enough but we will be back".

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