It was a similar scene over the weekend when Ronaldo peeled off his jersey triumphantly after delivering the penalty kick that clinched Real Madrid's 11th Champions League title. He and Michael Jordan are the only players to win a regular-season MVP, NBA Finals MVP and an Olympic gold medal in the same year.He's pals with everyone from mega-investor Warren Buffett to Jay Z.But that is exactly what Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas did in Sochi Autodrom this afternoon, as he resisted massive pressure for points leader Sebastian Vettel in the final 12 laps, and finished more than half a minute head of team-mate Lewis Hamilton whose car was troubled by intermittent overheating in the very hot race.What began as a slow-burn race, became a cliff-hanging humdinger in the second half, and one of the best of what is already turning into a classic season as Bottas joined fellow countrymen Keke Rosberg, Mika Hakkinen and Kimi Raikkonen in the elite winners’ club in tremendous style.Formula One is currently on its summer break and Ferrari [NYSE: RACE] driver Kimi Räikkönen, 36, took advantage of the time off to marry his 29-year-old model girlfriend Minttu Virtanen. Despite getting married again, Räikkönen has no plans to slow things down just yet.The couple, who have a son together, Robin, tied the knot on Sunday in the town of Siena, located in Italy’s beautiful Tuscany region. He recently extended his contract with Ferrari to cover the 2017 season.
Williams Formula One mechanics train changing wheels during a pre-race track walk at the 'Sochi Autodrom' Formula One circuit, in Sochi, Russia, Thursday, April 27, 2017.They don't expect to have it against Lewis Hamilton this weekend at the Russian Grand Prix.The long straights in Sochi suit Mercedes, which has won all three races to date around Olympic Park.As the title race takes shape, Bottas and Raikkonen face being forced to sacrifice their own opportunities to help a more successful teammate's title chances.Racing aces like Michael Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton and Dale Earnhardt Jr.Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of sports analytics, devised a formula that combines salary and endorsements with social media following and Google search popularity to create the ESPN World Fame 100 rankings.