|Date of Birth||August 28, 1989|
|Birth Name||Valtteri Viktor Bottas|
|Famous Name||Valtteri Bottas|
|Birth Place||Nastola, Finland|
|Father's Name||Rauno Bottas|
|Mother's Name||Marianne Välimaa|
|Married To||Emilia Pikkarainen|
|Cars||Mclaren 675LT, Ferrari F40, Mercedes Benz C63 AMG, Mercedes AMG GT|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
|Endorcement Deals & Earning||Wihuri and Kemppi|
Valtteri Bottas is a Formula One racer from Finland. Bottas is currently associated with Mercedes and was also associated with Williams from 2013 to 2016. Valtteri’s car number is 77 and already has 39 podiums and 1151 points in his name. The Finnish made his Formula One race debut for Williams in 2013 and is currently fourth in the Formula One’s drivers’ championship standings.
Valtteri is married to Emilia Pikkarainen. Emilia was a long term girlfriend of the formula one driver. The couple was dating since 2010 and married on 11 September 2016 at St. John’s Church, Helsinki. Emilia is a Finnish Olympic swimmer.
Valtteri Bottas estimated net worth is $20 million. Bottas also earns from the endorsement with two famous Finnish sponsors; Wihuri and Kemppi. As from 2018, Valtteri salary is around $12 million.
Bottas was born in Nastola, Finland on August 28, 1989. He is the son of father Rauno Bottas and mother Marianne Välimaa. Rauno owns a small cleaning company and Marianne is an undertaker. Also, Valtteri served in the army briefly as it is mandatory for adult males in Finland. In addition, his military rank is Lance Corporal.
Valtteri joined Willims in 2013. In the same year, he scored his first points at the US Grand Prix on finishing 8th place. Furthermore, he added maiden podium in Austria 2014 alongside two back-to-back podiums in Silverstone and Hockenheim.
Mercedes announced signing the Finnish racer on January 16, 2017, for the following season. Valtteri partnered Lewis Hamilton, replacing the 2016 World Champion Nico Rosberg after his shock retirement. He registered his first win in 2017 Russian Grand Prix.
Bottas has already completed two years with the German outfit but rumors are flowing that his seat is under threat for next season. Though the rumors grow, the Finn has hinted that he has a plan B if Mercedes don’t keep him for 2020. In addition, team boss Toto Wolff admits there is a good chance Esteban Ocon is granted the racing seat.