Sport news REVEALED: Valtteri Bottas could face the axe BEFORE the end of the season as Mercedes lose faith in Finn - with young Brit George Russell favourite to become Lewis Hamilton's new team-mate Premierleague-News.com

Premierleague-News.com - A swift change would open the door early for George Russell, the 23-year-old Brit who is favourite to take Bottas's seat in 2022. Bottas, whose confidence looks shot, is in his fifth season with the team.

Sport news REVEALED: Valtteri Bottas could face the axe BEFORE the end of the season as Mercedes lose faith in Finn - with young Brit George Russell favourite to become Lewis Hamilton's new team-mate Premierleague-News.com

Premierleague-News.com - A swift change would open the door early for George Russell, the 23-year-old Brit who is favourite to take Bottas's seat in 2022. Bottas, whose confidence looks shot, is in his fifth season with the team.

Sport news  REVEALED: Valtteri Bottas could face the axe BEFORE the end of the season as Mercedes lose faith in Finn - with young Brit George Russell favourite to become Lewis Hamilton's new team-mate Premierleague-News.com
04 May 2021 - 06:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Lewis Hamilton could have a new team-mate before the end of the season, with a source inside the Mercedes camp telling Sportsmail they are losing faith in Valtteri Bottas.A swift change would open the door early for George Russell, the 23-year-old Brit who is favourite to take Bottas's seat in 2022. Bottas, whose confidence looks shot, is in his fifth season with the team, during which time he has won nine races to Hamilton's 44.  Mercedes are losing faith in Valtteri Bottas, who may be replaced before the end of the season RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lewis Hamilton to join sport's social media boycott after... Lewis Hamilton reasserts Mercedes domination, Mick... Nikita Mazepin's rocky start to life in F1 continues after... Max Verstappen says he hopes F1 NEVER returns to Portimao... Share this article Share 729 shares He has finished third, fifth, second and second in the drivers' championship in a mostly dominant car.After a disappointing race in Portugal, when he finished third starting on pole, an engineer at Mercedes, speaking anonymously, said: 'There is some unrest at the factory about Valtteri.

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.' Lewis Hamilton could have a new team-mate with Bottas failing to meet expectations If Bottas departs then 23-year-old George Russell is the favourite to succeed him at MercedesRussell, who drives for Williams but is part of Mercedes' young driver programme, stepped in for Hamilton in the Sakhir Grand Prix last December, when the world champion went down with Covid, and would have won but for a botched pit-stop and a puncture.Impetus to ring the changes is provided by the keenest fight for the constructors' title for some time, with Red Bull's pace and partnership of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez developing into a real handful for Mercedes. The decision rests with team principal Toto Wolff, who has remained publicly supportive of Bottas, saying he has 'nothing to prove', and is sure to give him further chances to show his value with only three rounds of the 23-race season yet completed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lewis Hamilton to join sport's social media boycott after... Lewis Hamilton reasserts Mercedes domination, Mick... Nikita Mazepin's rocky start to life in F1 continues after... Max Verstappen says he hopes F1 NEVER returns to Portimao... Share this article Share 729 shares

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