sport news F1: Valtteri Bottas' crash in Hungary will not influence decision over future, ...

sport news F1: Valtteri Bottas' crash in Hungary will not influence decision over future, ...
sport news F1: Valtteri Bottas' crash in Hungary will not influence decision over future, ...
Valtteri Bottas' crash at Hungarian GP will not influence decision over his Mercedes future 'at all', insists boss Toto Wolff as he claims incident was 'unfortunate' despite George Russell vying to partner Lewis Hamilton Valtteri Bottas was involved in a crash on turn 1 at the Hungarian Grand Prix   The Finn has apologised for his mistake and was hit with five-place grid penalty  Mercedes chief Toto Wolff said it won't factor into decision over Bottas' future 

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Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has thrown his backing behind Valtteri Bottas after his crash at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and insists the incident won't play into the decision over his future. 

Bottas' mistake on turn one in Budapest saw him slide into the rear of Lando Norris, with the McLaren man then crashing into Red Bull's Max Verstappen - and the Finn also continued to career into Sergio Perez

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All drivers were forced to retire except for Verstappen, and it resulted in Bottas - who took full responsibility for the crash - being hit with a five-place grid penalty for the Belgian Grand Prix after the summer break.

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