Bottas to start the Austrian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after the power unit change
Bottas to start the Austrian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after the power unit change. Valtteri Bottas will have to start the Austrian Grand Prix from the rear of the grid due to new Ferrari power unit components.
Because he was required to use his fourth internal combustion unit, fourth turbocharger, fourth MGU-H and fourth MGU-K, third control electronics, and fifth exhaust system, the Finnish driver was forced to start the Grand Prix from the very back of the grid.
This was due to the fact that he had to use his fourth internal combustion unit, fourth turbocharger, fourth MGU-H and fourth MGU-K. (while still adhering to his allocation of exhausts). As a consequence of this, he was assessed penalties, which eventually resulted in his finishing in last place. He was in the middle of competing in the British Grand Prix when he decided to withdraw from the race.
Because the grid penalties will only be in effect for Sunday’s Grand Prix, Bottas’ starting position in Saturday’s Sprint will be determined by his performance in qualifying. This is because the grid penalties will only be in effect for Sunday’s Grand Prix. This is due to the fact that the grid penalties will only be in force for the Grand Prix that will be held on Sunday. It is of the utmost importance for Bottas to finish in the top eight of the standings as a result of the fact that points will be handed to the top eight finishers in this race.
Lando Norris, a race car driver for McLaren, has also consented to test a significant number of new power unit components in advance of the race that will take place this weekend. This test will take place in preparation for the race that will take place this weekend. Despite this, the driver has not exceeded his quota of components, and because he has not exceeded his quota, he will not be penalized for violating the regulation, even if he has done so. This is because the driver has not exceeded his quota of components.
Bottas, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, and Zhou Guanyu are the four drivers who have chosen to use a brand-new gearbox for the purpose of this specific competition. Bottas is the only one who has used it previously. Bottas is currently in first place in this race. In spite of this, not one of these drivers will be held responsible in any way for the actions that they have taken since there will be no consequences for what they have done.