Bottas “surprised” by Mercedes suggestion he was out of position in Monaco pitstop

The Finn was forced to retire from the Monaco GP after Mercedes was unable to get his right-front tyre off during a stop.
The wheelnut face had been machined off after the gun was attached at an angle, and the team was only able to remove the wheel after it returned to its Brackley base.
Mercedes suggested that the slight angle caused by how Bottas had arrived at his pit was a factor in the …Keep reading



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