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Former driver Pizzonia backs Williams to improve

Former team driver Antonio Pizzonia has backed Williams to bounce back into competitive form. The fabled British team has struggled for success since Jacques Villeneuve won the last title in 1997. But for 2014, Grove based Williams has the highly-competitive new Mercedes V6 on board, the title-winning technical chief Pat Symonds, and long-time Ferrari driver Felipe Massa. Not only that, Brazilian Pizzonia said he has heard that Williams is investing heavily in other, less high-profile areas of personnel. "Look at the history -- it is a team that can win," Pizzonia, who as Williams' test driver substituted for injured Ralf Schumacher and Nick Heidfeld in 2004 and 2005, told...
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