- Bottas might have to 're-think' his racing technique

Valtteri Bottas? Nope

'He was the driver who was supposed to be the next Nico but also we've no hope for him.'

If there was a driver of the year table, then Valtteri Bottas won't appear not even a single time in 2019 as well as 2020. The man who replaced Nico Rosberg displays an abysmal eyesore of a performance. Fellow countryman Kimi Raikkonen who's back to his old base Sauber (Alfa Romeo btw) has done a better job at beating his teammate. The supposed heir to the 'Flying Finn' title won't be Bottas for sure as he's failed to shine against Hamilton. In comparison, he might win a championship after Hamilton retires (which is when?), until then he might be a hopeless second fiddle to the Brit. Let's see the statistics between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton. According to Wikipedia (Great source), Lewis Hamilton vs Nico Rosberg on victories was 32-52, on podium finishes was 55-52 and finishing ahead rate was 42-36. While the statistics with stack against Bottas, even then let's look at it. The wins alone are 37-8. Going at the rest of the statistics is pretty embarrassing. While Hamilton has technically not won the World Championship, Bottas will have to prove he can win against Hamilton or he'll be the most disappointing talent in Formula 1. I don't want to write more about Bottas because we knew about his GP2 days and his time at Williams F1 but mate, you got to up your game, or else you might have to switch places with Russell.

There are people who say good things about Bottas, so he has to redefine himself and the partnership he has with Lewis Hamilton

There are people who say good things about Bottas, so he has to redefine himself and the partnership he has with Lewis Hamilton

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