How Russell seriously upset Mercedes in huge Bottas F1 crash

When the F1 stewards declared the massive accident between George Russell and Valtteri Bottas at Imola a racing incident, that could have been the end of it. But both drivers didn’t want to leave it there, and Mercedes boss Toto Wolff even voiced his displeasure. Against a backdrop of Mercedes’ uncertain 2022 driver line-up plans - which will affect both Bottas and Russell next year - Scott Mitchell explains all the key details of what happened during the crash and why the post-race fallout was so acrimonious
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  1. David Elliott

    David Elliott8 hours ago

    Bottas has become a mobile chicane. Never had an accident but seen loads.

  2. skeleguns 10,ooo,ooo

    skeleguns 10,ooo,oooDay ago

    What’s the point of Staying in F1 if no one is willing to give you a chance, some had to find success in other series

  3. Bogers

    BogersDay ago

    He saw a chance, he took it, it went wrong, it happens...if he had stuck it, people would be going mad about what a great move it was. If wolf does decide against russel because if this, then he is a fool

  4. ceerw buty

    ceerw butyDay ago

    If wolf had his way there’d be 20 Mercedes out there every race finishing in the order he told them to

  5. bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiu2 days ago

    This is like my future boss declining my request for annual leave in my current job

  6. Hanabi Senju

    Hanabi Senju2 days ago

    Russell wanted Bottas to be gentle on him, when Bottas fought back, Russell lost it, end of story.

  7. TB SA

    TB SA2 days ago

    I love Toto, but he is a real Tot in the case. This is why f1 is feeling useless to watch.... if the stewarts dont determine the winner, then the team bosses do. We want to see racing you tots

  8. ceerw buty

    ceerw butyDay ago

    makes him seem petty considering that neither were fighting for points and defending that harshly on a fast straight is just pure garbage.

  9. Levente Jávori

    Levente Jávori2 days ago

    Whatever, Bottas is shit compared to Russel and thats it

  10. bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiu2 days ago

    It is clearly Russel fault. Because he the one hit bottas

  11. MARTYN \

    MARTYN \3 days ago

    Just imagine: Russell's tweet about driver who defend should think about conditions, so he literally took all the responsibility on Bottas. Men, u r overtaking, its yours concerns about lines and conditions! Everyone here are for George, cuz he was almost overtake a mercedes, what a yoke!

  12. Liam Chicoine

    Liam Chicoine3 days ago

    Personally. I think Bottas couldn’t stand see a Williams overtake him. It was all for the 2022 seat ladies and gents.

  13. MzeeMoja1

    MzeeMoja13 days ago

    A bit arrogant for Wolf to expect his cars to be treated differently by a die hard racer 👎🏿

  14. Googl Reviews

    Googl Reviews3 days ago

    F1 has become such rubbish that last few months I have been watching season reviews from 80s and 90s, far more entertaining than F1 now days.

  15. Jamal Moussa

    Jamal Moussa3 days ago

    Mercedes are freaking bullies and manipulative

  16. Rock girl

    Rock girl3 days ago

    Holy shit I just realised how far off they spun from the moment they came together, that's a long way

  17. SyilithSN

    SyilithSN3 days ago

    I think rather than Toto focusing on Russell, and saying "You should race Mercedes differently and shouldn't go for moves like that" he should instead focus on how on earth did Bottas end up so far back that Russell had the chance to overtake. Don't tell a racer not to race, that's not right.

  18. barry Farrell

    barry Farrell3 days ago

    The big question is... How did a Williams even get close to a Mercedes let alone potentially past one

  19. ar halimi

    ar halimi3 days ago

    It is an accident, you managed to get out first then go to the other car and see if the other driver is all right - btw, u Russell, lost control of your car, NOT Bottas. Toto is happy as he now has added strong reason not to take Russell next season - not an arrogant driver into Mercedes..

  20. Rock girl

    Rock girl3 days ago

    particularly if he’s still under 25.

  21. redcobra1246

    redcobra12464 days ago

    Yoo so Russell Verstappen Redbull ye?!

  22. dcoog anml

    dcoog anml4 days ago

    This is why Hamilton always does so well, I forgot that you're not allowed to pass a Mercedes.

  23. bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiu7 hours ago

    This is like my future boss declining my request for annual leave in my current job

  24. Fallen_

    Fallen_4 days ago

    I’m surprised that toto, being the older man, told Russell that he had to race a Mercedes differently. I’m not to sure on what that means but we want to see a race, not a free win.

  25. Mathew Healey

    Mathew Healey4 days ago

    Wolff has a right to be pissed at Russell because he took a risk that resulted the destruction of a Mercedes car, however he should also acknowledge that this makes Russell a ballsy driver that is worthy of a seat racing for Mercedes

  26. OoogaBoog

    OoogaBoog5 days ago

    Bottas has a FU attitude because of his teammate...and clearly the #2.....and no race driver wants to be the #2.......Wolf is being a douche by making those comments. It really makes him seem petty considering that neither were fighting for points and defending that harshly on a fast straight is just pure garbage.

  27. OoogaBoog

    OoogaBoog4 days ago

    @dcoog anml I have no idea what you're trying to say here. Could you elaborate?

  28. dcoog anml

    dcoog anml4 days ago

    What kind of bullshit is he should approach the Mercedes differently

  29. Haiqal Reezal

    Haiqal Reezal5 days ago

    It is clearly Russel fault. Because he the one hit bottas

  30. Stephen

    Stephen5 days ago

    God that Morrison advert on here is scary that a man is allowed to look like that but call its self a girl!

  31. Stephen

    Stephen5 days ago

    I hate to say it but it was Russell’s fault

  32. David Martins

    David Martins5 days ago

    2022, new regulations. Wolf punishes Russell because of this and leave Bottas in the team. Russell stays at Williams, that makes the best car, and wins the championship. Wouldn’t it be nice?

  33. seeni gzty

    seeni gzty5 days ago

    Holy shit I just realised how far off they spun from the moment they came together, that's a long way

  34. Julian Zbn

    Julian Zbn5 days ago

    Weeeeeeeeh me mercedes weeeh weeh baby me mercedes boss weeeh

  35. CarKeyNosGR

    CarKeyNosGR6 days ago

    Bottas giving the title to Hamilton every year and surely he deserves 1 or even 2 championships while Russell is at Williams right now... I understand the anger from both drivers but Russell must respect or watch the replay before walking close to bottas and talk like that, after all it was his fault bottas did nothing wrong. And for the smart guys nobody sayed that russell wasn't allowed to pass bottas o Mercedes, but he was selfish and tried to pass him the wrong time.

  36. Finerzz 13

    Finerzz 136 days ago

    Let’s be honest, Bottas could have moved over for Russell but he didn’t, because he didn’t want to be over taken by a Williams car, and by the driver who could potentially replace him next year, so Bottas gave Russel no room, concluding in them both out of the race, Bottas knew exactly what he was doing but couldn’t handle the truth. And at the end of the day, should you really be driving for Mercedes if your competing with a Williams car?

  37. seeni gzty

    seeni gzty5 days ago

    have a seat in Mercedes next year”. Pretty sure there are many teams who would take on Russell.

  38. john doe

    john doe6 days ago

    He should have handled it differently because it was a Mercedes? Who the fuck are you? You think you are special?

  39. Ailsa Ni

    Ailsa Ni6 days ago

    management for attempted race fixing.

  40. teo delfuego

    teo delfuego6 days ago

    I reckon that feller who tried to overtake on the shoulder will be gettin’ a ticket from the authorities and a hefty fine in traffic court. His insurance is probably going up after this, particularly if he’s still under 25.

  41. Ailsa Ni

    Ailsa Ni6 days ago

    As a non follower of F1 I thought the whole point of racing was to try and finish first, and that means overtaking all the other racers. I dunno, maybe I’m being a bit thick here.

  42. ZaylenThePotato

    ZaylenThePotato6 days ago

    Just an idea, but maybe Bottas should have stayed on his line with faster cars pulling up behind him while he’s trying to warm up the tires that weren’t working right for him all weekend anyways? I’m sure Russel would have let Bottas by later once speeds matched expectations.

  43. Rohan Thomas

    Rohan Thomas6 days ago

    Sooooo... what I hear from this: Russell isn’t allowed to pass a merc if he wishes to race one in the future. “If he’s good he will drive a merc”but he’s not allowed to prove he is a good driver?

  44. Kevin Schart

    Kevin Schart6 days ago

    bottas flinched. that's a fact. russel has to know that he can't go on the grass.. either there is a gap or there isn't.

  45. Ailsa Ni

    Ailsa Ni6 days ago

    “If you no longer go for a gap which exists you are no longer a racing driver” - Ayrton Senna

  46. Shush 797

    Shush 7976 days ago

    What kind of bullshit is he should approach the Mercedes differently

  47. Gavin Collins

    Gavin Collins7 days ago

    So basically Wolff is telling a racing driver no to race.....right,

  48. sarah cooper

    sarah cooper7 days ago

    I think that vallteri should have been a bit more carefull arond russel becuase he is a semi rookie

  49. Ailsa Ni

    Ailsa Ni6 days ago

    gain of his own had it come off clean, he pushed the rookie beyond limits, when he is expected to be more knowledgeable and more skilled and fully understand what he's

  50. Tim H

    Tim H7 days ago

    Goes to show the condition of racing nowadays, would not be this big of a deal 20 years ago when it was not entirely about money and power. what's the point of racing if you have to make special conditions for certain cars, then get essentially bullied by an opposing team when you are competing to be the best out there.

  51. Tanvir Hussain

    Tanvir Hussain7 days ago

    Russell will end up with the seat and Bottas will go to somewhere like Renault

  52. caprera

    caprera7 days ago

    I don't see what's Toto mad about. The red flag is the reason Hamilton arrived in second place...

  53. Andrew Rudolf

    Andrew Rudolf7 days ago

    it was a racing incident, Wolf obviously isn't happy due to the financial implication, as well as possible points loss and is inserting his authority as a Team principal and leader in the sport. I personally don't see that either driver did anything wrong per se and to have a team principal state that a young driver should have a global view and race differently against his vehicles is a massive issue for the sport. With that statement Wolf is coming across spoilt and overly controlling, I mean for ten years Mercedes have been spending over 300 million a year to race and suddenly in it's an issue to rebuild a car, sound more like it's my ball, you're not playing...

  54. My Gallari

    My Gallari7 days ago

    Congratulations on such an amazing achievement, can't wait to see your channel grow even bigger.👍

  55. Shane W

    Shane W7 days ago

    I don’t agree with the comments about approaching a Mercedes car differently. He’s driving for Williams. You can’t use the whole “you need to treat us differently or you won’t have a seat in Mercedes next year”. Pretty sure there are many teams who would take on Russell.

  56. D V

    D V7 days ago

    i just love how cocky mercedes team is. i guess it comes with the trophy

  57. Roger Lord

    Roger Lord8 days ago

    As a non follower of F1 I thought the whole point of racing was to try and finish first, and that means overtaking all the other racers. I dunno, maybe I’m being a bit thick here.

  58. david robinson

    david robinson8 days ago

    Is it a race or a procession? Part of the Mercedes Young Driver Program or not. They put him in a Williams car, they should let him race. Toto should be up in front of the F1 management for attempted race fixing.

  59. david robinson

    david robinson8 days ago

    And I'm a Mercedes team fan.

  60. N91

    N918 days ago

    The politics are such a turn off.

  61. John Bolwell

    John Bolwell8 days ago

    That is the main overtaking place on this track and many overtakes were completed there during the race. Knowing Russell was in a position to challenge him, Bottas would have been watching the attack develop behind him and seen Russell coming at an enormous closing speed. Yet he still elected to move late, albeit only slightly, to the right. What would Toto expect Russell to do when already committed at that closing speed - evaporate? Russell had no choice but move right to avoid Bottas' drift and swerving at 200mph was always likely to result in him touching the grass. The accident was the direct result of Russell's loss of control from wet grass - he didn't just "drive" into Bottas. Would Toto really want Russell in a Mercedes if he was not prepared to race hard against all other cars? Would he have expected Lewis not to challenge Bottas in those circumstances and what do you think would be Lewis' response if he did? Each driver may set their defence and then they have to stick with it; sitting in the middle of the road to defend is legitimate but if you move from there you must give the challenger space. Bottas at fault in my book (and I have always respected him).

  62. Scottish

    Scottish8 days ago

    George Russell is a pompous little git. I cannot stand him I hope he doesn’t become a world champion in F1. Something about him really doesn’t sit right with me. Lando Norris all the way 🇬🇧

  63. Eric L

    Eric L8 days ago

    1) Your graphic does not show that Bottas made any small movement, but from the videos it looks like he did. 2) Bottas would see that he is getting passed and made a conscious choice to keep his fading line and squeeze Russell to the right. 3) Russell had a little more room, but likely jerked right due to the Bottas movement. I believe that it is a racing incident, but I believe at least half the fault goes to Bottas. I agree with others, in the thread, that Wolff is overreaching his Mercedes influence over Russell, unless he made similar comments to Bottas, which there is no evidence he had. I expect Wolff is influenced by his disappointment of Bottas and his cars performance and projecting it on Russell. It's interesting it was directed to the driver and not the team. Is this his mentorship style?

  64. spideydouble

    spideydouble8 days ago

    Russel isn’t fit to drive for Haas. Collateral damage of a malignant narcissist lunatic.

  65. jons

    jons8 days ago

    toto's obviously wrong, and i knew mercedes would really have no argument other than "thou shalt yield to mercedes." bottas asked for that collision and he got it: for no real gain of his own had it come off clean, he pushed the rookie beyond limits, when he is expected to be more knowledgeable and more skilled and fully understand what he's doing and to who. mercedes is just hanging the rookie out to dry, for the crime of using DRS as intended, the only mechanism that removes a shred of the immense boredom of F1's current aero nightmare.

  66. SprayZ

    SprayZ8 days ago

    The reason it happened is because Russell hit a wet spot and the white line which caused him to spin

  67. K4lr0b

    K4lr0b8 days ago

    Just another excuse not to put him in a Mercedes. The real reason is he could mean trouble for Hamilton.

  68. TrinkXi

    TrinkXi8 days ago

    This is why Hamilton always does so well, I forgot that you're not allowed to pass a Mercedes.

  69. Cayenne Connew

    Cayenne Connew7 days ago

    Oh Yh I forgot how many times we have heard Red Bull tell verstappen to not pass Hamilton 🤡😂 they win cause they have a faster engine and 2 of the better drivers on the grid

  70. Tyla Richardson

    Tyla Richardson8 days ago

    Wow😂 The fact that Toto is moaning at George for attempting a good overtake in a race is a joke. Maybe he should be more concerned about why Bottas in a Mercedes was about to be overtaken by the little old rookie in a Williams 🤷‍♂️

  71. Harry Binnie

    Harry Binnie8 days ago

    Grand Prix Racing…… it’s a race where you try your best to finish as high a position as possible. If Bottas had acted safely when he obviously knew Russel had him & stayed left the crash wouldn’t have happened & Bottas could have tried to get the position back……. That’s what I’d call racing in a safe way. Bottas caused the situation to arise….. he did a slight twitch & Russel naturally flinched, touched the grass…… rest is history. How would you have reacted Wolfman if you were in Russell’s car? Not try the overtake?…… I don’t think so!

  72. Broncho Gillespie

    Broncho Gillespie9 days ago

    The politics as usual is bollocks, you just race.

  73. Quentin Jackson

    Quentin Jackson9 days ago

    By being a racing driver means you are racing with other people. And if you no longer go for a gap that exists, you are no longer a racing driver because we are competing, we are competing to win. And the main motivation to all of us is to compete for victory, it's not to come 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th. - Senna

  74. Visit Dhiffushi

    Visit Dhiffushi9 days ago

    Lets call it what it is. Toto instruction is basically race fixing! And I wonder how many other drivers are in the same position. There should be an FIA investigation into race fixing when it comes to drivers in team programs.

  75. Visit Dhiffushi

    Visit Dhiffushi9 days ago

    Toto should be brought before the governing body and charged with interfering with the potential results of races! If he is demanding Russel does not race his drivers! Russelmd4ives for William's and neither he or any team has a legal.right to instruct what another team driver does or doesnt do.

  76. Adam Cartwright

    Adam Cartwright9 days ago

    Yeah but if Russell didn’t crash Lewis wouldn’t have been able to unlap himself and make it to 2nd. So they could have lost those points.

  77. Thomas Benton

    Thomas Benton9 days ago

    Saying he was trying to make a point he saw a racer Infront and wanted to overtake him

  78. william langlois

    william langlois9 days ago

    Oh shit so 4 drivers per team didn’t know they added that for the new season !! 😂

  79. uver

    uver9 days ago

    Why would he approach a mercedes differently? They’re racing, no?

  80. Pepe Perez

    Pepe Perez9 days ago

    I think bottas could have given him more space. Both are responsible of the accident, not just Russell.

  81. Exasperant

    Exasperant9 days ago

    So Wolff's asking another team's driver to not be too competitive against his own? Russell totally screwed this one, and showed an unpleasant attitude after, but Mercedes need to drop this sense of entitlement.

  82. Chris shoults 21

    Chris shoults 219 days ago

    Netflix is going to make this look like ww3 on dts 😂

  83. 1389

    13899 days ago

    we might as well not have races, just qualifying so no one cold crash into no one

  84. Rob Mus

    Rob Mus9 days ago

    If he had succeeded then he had beat Bottas for the 2nd seat of mercedes. Offcourse he wanted to proof he is worthy of the 2nd mercedes seat. And off-course Wolff and Bottas saw THAT global perspective in the decision to overtake. However Russell failed, Some decision are just make or break, and you have to live with the outcome.

  85. Omari Bramble

    Omari Bramble10 days ago

    I like toto but the Russell is a racer and the move was on, it didn’t work out that is racing let’s move on.

  86. Cristian Rueda

    Cristian Rueda10 days ago

    It was a straight, and Russell was faster, he did what he should

  87. penguin

    penguin10 days ago

    The budget cap should not include damages to the cars. If the teams get too worried about repair costs, it could result in less risk taking and less exciting races. It should only include spendings on car development.

  88. Modern Warrior Systems

    Modern Warrior Systems10 days ago

    So Russell has the run in Bottas and is just supposed to what? Brake and not pass him?

  89. andrew mccusker

    andrew mccusker10 days ago

    Tbh with the new regulations coming in next year the gap between the top and the bottom of the pack is going to be seriously reduced. So who knows russell might not even go to mercedes and start running a riot in williams next season and take it mercedes.

  90. Cit Collins

    Cit Collins10 days ago

    Had the substantially faster Russell held back from attacking & passing the Merc there would have been howls of "what's he doing? pass him already!" from the Williams pit wall. These kinds of racing incidents pop up all the time in every class & category of motor sport. If Wolff was not playing motorsport step-father to a Williams driver this argument would still have been as acrimonious, it just would not have ended with Wolff chiding the faster racer on the day, one who he just happens to pay. Racers who aren't taking chances aren't winning titles - Wolff knows this - Williams knows this & Bottas knows this, he also knows that Russell will replace him. Wolff knows this - Russell knows this etc. etc. etc. Final thought - put Senna, Prost, Schumacher sr., or Mansell in that Williams & see how many times Bottas didn't get his feels hurt.

  91. Eduardo Hillebrand

    Eduardo Hillebrand10 days ago

    To me, he going over the grass to overtake already make him wrong on that because he are a racing driver, he knew that the grass was wet and about this being a dangerous move.

  92. Pieter Van Breda

    Pieter Van Breda10 days ago

    Maybe Wolff orchestrated the accident to get Hamilton back on the podium.

  93. Teniola Oderinde

    Teniola Oderinde10 days ago

    russel went high five for bottas

  94. Chua Jantzen

    Chua Jantzen10 days ago

    It's a mistake to equate Toto with a racing mentor. He is an investor and practically a CEO, no different from Flavio Briatore. He will do whatever is possible in the interest of profits for the Mercedes F1 Team.

  95. ClemensAlive

    ClemensAlive10 days ago

    That's a huge: "Look kiddo - I'm the boss! End of conversation"

  96. Angelo Bolsi

    Angelo Bolsi7 days ago

    @tam thuong Mercedes fanboy

  97. Cayenne Connew

    Cayenne Connew7 days ago

    I think he’s just more disappointed with it cause he is close with Russell

  98. tam tri

    tam tri9 days ago


  99. tam thuong

    tam thuong10 days ago


  100. giannapple

    giannapple10 days ago

    Well... what Wolff said was kind of “anyone who dares to try to overtake a slower Mercedes is committing an error they are coming to pay dearly”. It is arrogant and mafia-like.

  101. Salahadin Abdulahi

    Salahadin Abdulahi10 days ago

    Bullshit this accident is framed by merce so lewis Hamilton can get back the lap lost due to his error

  102. Mark Thompson.

    Mark Thompson.10 days ago

    Absolutely sick of f1 and the Mercedes team thinking they own the race. Bottas knew Russell was coming past but still took the race line forcing him on the grass. Like he literally moved to the right as Russell was approaching him. Bs!

  103. kolim jone

    kolim jone11 days ago

    Toto is just not accepting that a william had a chance to overtake a mercedes. Hes too proud for this lol

  104. p24hrsmith

    p24hrsmith11 days ago

    I think Russell had every right to try and overtake Bottas but it was his fault it went wrong but for Wolff to have a go at him for it is totally out of order Russell races for Williams not Mercedes at this time. I do think this process of drivers being owned by one team yet racing for another should not be allowed as this gives the owning team an unfair advantage if they can tell that driver to take it easy on their cars. I feel the same about engine and component sharing also investors/sponsors with a stake in more than 1 team as it is damaging the competitiveness of the sport

  105. Anders Rasser

    Anders Rasser11 days ago

    One should not underestimate the pressure on Bottas. Maybe he has never tried to prove anything previously however he is not performing very well and his current driving doesn’t justify his seat in that car. Hence I believe Russel has every right to prove his worth however he should have handled the situation different

  106. kolim jone

    kolim jone11 days ago

    It's such a bullshit from Totu and the fact that he's even not affraid to say this BS is unbelavable. This is not how you win more viewers or supporters.

  107. fdm215

    fdm21511 days ago

    The crash happened because Russell got to close to the grass and was sent flying

  108. PerfumedManatee

    PerfumedManatee11 days ago

    I note THE RACE didn't seem to comment much on Wolff's expectation that Russell should take into account whether Mercedes should own the car he is passing.

  109. Allan Bronée

    Allan Bronée11 days ago

    I agree with Wolf.

  110. Jellevip

    Jellevip11 days ago

    I think this crash was an order from mercedes, without the 2 mercedes drivers crashing hamilton would have never stood on the podium

  111. recogniseman

    recogniseman11 days ago

    Wolf’s comments aside, my issue is with Russel insisting afterwards that Bottas made a move to the right to pinch him and stop him from passing, when he did no such thing. He maintained his racing line and was not turning right. Russel went too wide, hit the grass and lost control as a direct result. He should have realised this very soon afterwards (even if he didn’t think it was his fault initially) and made his apologies to Bottas and the Mercedes team. I agree totally with David Coulthard’s assessment of the situation straight after it happened. He rightly placed the blame on Russel and made a point of saying, Russel should take ownership of his actions and quickly learn from it and move on. He went on to say, that if he insists on placing blame on Bottas after he has had time to rewatch the incident, then it will most likely be damaging for his career going forward.

  112. M1ky

    M1ky11 days ago

    I don't really watch F1. But more and more I hear about it the more it seems like it's not what it used to be (IDK, never watched it). I don't believe that before there were such car differences and drivers had to let off for drivers in other teams just to maybe get a contract next season. If this is where F1 is heading then Im wondering how bad can it get. The drivers should be pushing the shit out of the cars, making nutty overtakes. And the crashes are a part of the sport. It was never safe and it never will be. I feel like it's good for this young boy to push himself and try to go against seasoned racers like bottas. If it was the other way around nobody would've cared about russell

  113. Jake Longley

    Jake Longley11 days ago

    we all know that Mercedes called in a favor so that Lewis could fix his pole position.. - gotta keep up appearances though

  114. utbdoug

    utbdoug11 days ago

    Toto Wolff is an utter snob. Can't wait until he disappears from the sport.

  115. Valentin Kokorin

    Valentin Kokorin11 days ago

    I understand Toto, but he is full of shit. If anything I think it shows Russell's true colours of the pursuit and not softening to appease a potential future boss. It is about 60% Russell's fault, but I bet he was not going in trying to crash either. There might be undercurrents of Russell thinking he is a better driver in a slower car against Bottas, but I don't think there is any disrespect in the air and to be honest it appears amicable, unlike say Alo/Ham... Nico/Ham etc

  116. Niels Laursen

    Niels Laursen11 days ago

    Kid Russell - in what colour do you want your Clio?

  117. l2etranger

    l2etranger11 days ago

    Though so tempting, it was still immature to nag a highly successful team with one of its veterans. Just an "accident" is the better alternative than the drama of having him out of the sport all together.