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Valtteri Bottas will drive Williams F1 in 2013

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Current reserve driver Valtteri Bottas will drive Williams in 2013, according to Russian Motorsport news source motor.ru, and they are claimed it’s a reliable sources, Finnish athlete has signed a contract with Williams fight racer for the entire next season. There is also the possibility that Bottas can spend a Grand Prix at the end of 2012, but that issue is not resolved.

Who will replace Valtteri Starts Williams, is unclear. Current Williams’s race drivers are Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna, who pay for speaking their sponsors. It is notable that the major partner Maldonado, oil company PDVSA, is the most visible sponsor of Williams, while the logo of supporting Senna, and does not take up much space on the sides of race cars FW34.

In 2011, Valtteri Bottas won the title in the youth series GP3, and then became a “pilot on Fridays” at Williams. This season, 23-year-old Finn will hold 15 sessions of free practice, replacing Bruno Senna. Bottas manager and promoter is co-owner of the British team Toto Wolff – currently employed Acting Head Williams. Earlier replacement racer in this group was the wife Susie Toto Wolff, combining work in Formula 1 with a career in bodywork series DTM.

The original article from the Russian language and we are translated to English
Source: motor.ru


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