Bottas scores the best time in first free practice | Sports | America Edition

Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) set the fastest time in the first free practice session of the 70 year old Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone (UK), ahead of British team-mate Lewis Hamilton, leader of the World Cup.

The best record, set at 1: 26.166, set by the Nordic driver the day after renewing his contract for another year with the German team, was obtained by Bottas in the middle of the session, 138 thousandths more than the six-time world champion , a Hamilton who tried to beat him to no avail.

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