F1 » Sauber curses ‘unsporting’ Bottas

The Sauber team has labelled F1 rookie Valtteri Bottas as 'unsporting' after Kimi Raikkonen pipped Nico Hulkenberg to the final point in Monaco.

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F1fan - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 9:05 PM

Clearly Bottas could see Kimi was much faster than him, and to attempt to block him at that stage of the race could also end in tears. bottas was not in the points, he knew it and so there little point in risking a DNF, which Williams would have quite rightly been fuming about.


May 30, 2013 10:21 AM

bottas was mistakenly shown blue flags, so he assumed that he was being lapped by one of the leaders. he did exactly what the rule book says, he let the car past. he was not aware that it was a fight for position.

Keith - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 12:38 PM

Oh dear! Have Sauber stooped so low as to be trying to deflect blame onto a rival team for what is down to their own pathetic performance? If they really wanted the places, the drivers should have fought harder to keep them.

elan - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 8:34 PM

What about their own Drivers ? They both got overtaken by Kimi like they were parked up ! Have a moan at Guttierez, not Bottas. Zehnder is an idiot...

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