NEW Alfa Romeo star Valtteri Bottas really does spend his life on the road during race weekends, even after the chequered flag.

Since the pandemic struck Europe in 2020, sports stars were forced into Covid-secure bubbles, to ensure that events could go ahead safely.

And ex-Mercedes ace Bottas, 32, took his bubble to the next level… by bringing it with him to every race.

The Finn first showed off his Redwood motorhome in October, which joins him at all European races.

Spacious and beautifully furnished, the home on wheels offers Bottas all the comfort he could need, while giving him the feeling of a familiar environment while travelling.

It features a grey-themed living space, with Sky television and an array of comfortable armchairs, as well as a sofa.

The Redwood 4001 LK, which costs upwards of £100,000, also offers a modern kitchen space, where Valtteri can prepare his pre-race brekkie.

And a dining area by the window, perfect for toasting a victory or drowning sorrows after disappointment.

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A Greystone electronic fireplace can keep Bottas warm when he's back at home.

And he can rest in his huge king-size bed after a long day on the track.

The sleek, modern bathroom features elegant furnishings and a spacious shower.

And the property on wheels also doesn't lack for storage space, with plenty of cupboards and wardrobes for Bottas to keep his things on the road.

Lewis Hamilton's former partner finished third in his final season with Mercedes last year.

And he has now joined Alfa Romeo after being replaced at Merc by George Russell.

Hamilton leapt to the Finn's defence last year, insisting that 'people need to give him a break'.

Bottas has so far racked up 40 points in 2022, but has yet to make it onto the podium with his new team.

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