London - Valtteri Bottas says he will be looking at the 'man in the mirror' to find a way to beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton after falling further behind the runaway Formula One leader in Britain.
The Finn was fastest in Friday practice and started Sunday's race at Silverstone on pole position and yet, as so often happens, it was five-times world champion Hamilton who celebrated on the top step of the podium.
The gap is now 39 points, after Hamilton also bagged an extra point for the fastest lap despite having tyres that had already done more than half the race, with 11 of 21 rounds remaining.
Hamilton has won seven races to two for Bottas, who led the championship early on, and looks unstoppable with the momentum flowing his way.
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