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October 13, 2015 2:49 PM

F1 » Arrivabene defends Raikkonen over Bottas clash


Maroc: Mr Arravibene, Behave. Kimi Hit Bottas on the rear wheel with his front wheel, never in a month of sunday's was that move going to work. Kimi shouldn't have been there anyway, the sister Ferrari was long gone in the hands of Vettel and Kimi is always lagging behind, I have given up on fighting kimi's corner a long time ago, he just keeps dissapointing. Take for example his fastest lap at the end of the race, where did that come from? how many times have we seen him do that. Arravibene needs to be asking him about that instead of trying to fight his corner in his half baked overtake on Bottas.
Vettel came out in front of bottas and kimi behind so that's why vettel was able to pull away, kimi may have still been ahead if it wasn't for the ERS glitches he had at restarts. In regard to the actual incident bottas just didn't think he would try such an optimistic move, so didn't leave any space, not saying that its bottas fault as obviously kimi caused the cr


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