Valtteri Bottas STRIPS down in his latest revealing Instagram post that has F1 fans telling him to stop
- The Finn continued his tradition of bearing all for the camera in a revealing post
- The ex-Mercedes driver was unwinding after a points finish at the last Grand Prix
- His post has left fans on social media asking him to stop with the risque photos
Alfa Romeo driver Valtteri Bottas has shown off his physique in another revealing Instagram post where he bears all for the camera after the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Finn left little to the imagination when he showcased his skinny dipping session in a lake with only a swimming cap for cover.
The ex-Mercedes driver was greeted to messages of support and dissent on social media with his former team chiming in to comment: ‘Cracking shot, VB.’
IndyCar driver Pato O’Ward rather bluntly noted: ‘I can tell you’re a skinny dipping fan.’ While another fan said: ‘Valtteri please stop my mom uses this app.’
Bottas’ love for the outdoors came to some prominence during the third season of Netflix’s Drive to Survive, where the show followed the driver in his native Finland.
Valtteri Bottas added his most recent post to a growing collection of himself in the nude
The Finn has be transformed into a new man ever since his departure from Mercedes in 2021
Bottas managed to claim a tenth-placed finish that took him to five points in total for the year
Lewis Hamilton’s old running mate has previously shared snaps of himself shedding his gear, such as a post last year where he was pictured preparing for the Singapore Grand Prix with nothing but a reindeer hat on while sitting in a sauna.
Bottas also gifted the Brit a nude image of himself when the pair reunited for the first time at last year’s Monaco Grand Prix following his departure from the German manufacturer.
The ten-time race winner is coming off a points scoring display at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve as he finished six spots ahead of his team-mate Zhou Guanyu in tenth place.
Bottas is currently sitting one point ahead of the Chinese driver in 15th place in the overall standings as the F1 calendar moves on to Austria next weekend.