The ace in the sleeve that Valtteri Bottas has to stay in Mercedes

The Finn, who is reluctant to leave the German team, has a winning card ...

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From one moment to another the Finn Valtteri Bottas you will know what your future will be within the F1. Obviously, the Nordic is reluctant to leave Mercedes, although for many their place already has a new owner: the British George Russell...

In a recent interview with the Finnish chain MTV SportsBottas suggested he has an ace up his sleeve. That winning card would be English Lewis Hamilton, his current partner, nothing and nothing less ...

Valtteri Bottas
Photo: Steve Etherington.

“Lewis told me directly that he would like me to be his teammate. We can work well together "explained the Nordic when he spoke about his situation within the team.

“The fact is, the drivers don't make much of a difference. There is a bigger machine behind that makes those decisions "Bottas added, rightly so. However, some say that Mercedes wants to keep LH happy, that he would not be very happy to share the same roof with the young Russell.

Bottas explained that he has several talks that will define his future, always with the priority of remaining in F.1. "I can't say who I'm going to be with and what's going on, but things are being discussed so that we can find the best option for next season.", Assured.

Finally, he argued that it may be necessary to wait a little longer to find out what will become of his life in 2022. "I don't think there will be any news in the short term ... But everything is going in the right direction", said.

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