Valtteri Bottas hopes to score points in Singapore. The Finn’s racing has not been going well of late, but he was not far from the points at Monza. So he hopes that the car will be competitive enough in Singapore. He tells her this F1.com.
The last few races have not gone well for Valtteri Bottas. Numerous problems with his Alfa Romeo have seen him retire in the last three races, but at Monza he came close to finishing thirteenth. The Finn hopes to be able to score points in Singapore.
The first two turns
For Bottas it already went wrong during the first two corners. Through communication with his predecessor and someone from behind, he quickly fell behind the rear area. “I made contact with someone from behind and then the car in front of me. This hit mine end plate of the wing get lost Then the engine started fight the storethat was only resolved when I came out of Turn 2. I was near the end after Turns 1 and 2,” said Valtteri Bottas.
Points in Singapore
With recent poor results, Bottas hopes to be able to score points in Singapore. However, in Monza he was also satisfied with his teammate Guanyu Zhou’s points finish. “It’s good to see that at least one car finished in the points and I wasn’t far from it myself. That’s a lot better than during the last few races,” Finn said. He hopes the car will be competitive enough for points during the race in Singapore. “I hope the car will be competitive enough in Singapore. Hopefully we will get points in Singapore.”
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