Hamilton had been due to line up 20th on the grid on Sunday, requiring approval from the stewards to race after technically failing to qualify for the race.
Though the championship is settled, Bottas has hopes of overtaking Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) for second place.
"Even though he is a really, really good driver and very consistent, I also need to believe in myself".
"In a few occasions, not as many as I would have wanted, I managed to be ahead of him", Bottas told Sky Sports News.
England's Lewis Hamilton, assured of a fourth Drivers' Championship, and Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas guided the Silver Arrows to the fastest times in both rounds on Friday, reports Efe.
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"I had a better run at the end of my out-lap, so there was probably more grip than I expected there". It was a nice lap, but it was close with Sebastian (Vettel).
"I spoke with them this morning and I said we were going to put it on pole position and cheer everyone up, so I'm glad we did that", Bottas explained.
Sergio Perez was sixth for Force India ahead of resurgent two-time champion Fernando Alonso of McLaren Honda, Nico Hulkenberg and his Renault team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Vettel, who is 15 points ahead of third-placed Bottas in the title race, admitted he did not commit fully to his lap. I chickened out a little bit with the brakes.