Bottas to drive 2016 Bathurst 1000 winner at Adelaide Motorsport Festival

Bottas to drive 2016 Bathurst 1000 winner at Adelaide Motorsport Festival

Valtteri Bottas, the 2016 Bathurst 1000 victor, will be maneuvering the historic race car at the upcoming Adelaide Motorsport Festival in Australia.

The 30-year-old Finnish driver, who won the Bathurst 1000 in 2016, will be taking the wheel of the vehicle that helped him to his first Supercars win in the latest installment of the Adelaide Motorsport Festival.

The event, which will be held over four days at the Adelaide Street Circuit, will feature several high-profile drivers, including Bottas, who will be bringing his trademark skill and expertise to the track.

Bottas will be driving the iconic Falcon FG-X, the same car he drove to victory at Mount Panorama. The car is an integral part of the Supercars history, having won multiple races in the past, and will be a true test of Bottas’ skill.

The Falcon FG-X is powered by Ford’s 5.0-litre V8 engine, and has been tuned to produce up to over 650 horsepower. This will make the car a formidable opponent in the tight confines of the Adelaide Street Circuit, and will provide a unique challenge for Bottas.

In addition to the Falcon FG-X, the Adelaide Motorsport Festival will also feature a wide variety of vehicles, ranging from classic cars to modern race cars. It is sure to be an exciting event for all motorsport fans, with Bottas’ appearance adding to the spectacle.

For Bottas, the Adelaide Motorsport Festival marks a momentous occasion, as he looks to replicate his success from 2016 and take the top spot on the podium. As such, it promises to be an unmissable event for any motorsport enthusiast.