Valtteri Bottas's attack on the victory battle in the Hungarian F1 race changed to defend his own place, when the Mercedes Finn dropped in his starting box before the lights went out.
Bottas, who started from second team next to his teammate Lewis Hamilton, moved prematurely. It was a clear stealth start, which, however, did not benefit Bota, as he had to return to the clutch and release several cars after his move.
Bottas fell sixth behind Racing Point’s Lance Stroll, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc in the starting acceleration.
Kimi Räikkönen's departure also failed badly. The Alfa Romeo driver received a five-second time penalty after incorrectly placing himself in the starting box. Räikkönen started the race from the last square, but finished six places up in the first round.
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