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Departed Pujolar says Williams didn't feel right

With one leaving and another joining, two well-known F1 names have given their view about the once-great British team Williams. Arriving at Grove is the long-time Ferrari driver Felipe Massa, who told Brazilian television Rede Globo: "I'm very happy. "It is a time when I needed a change and it's at an important moment in formula one when everything is changing." With similar reasoning for departing Williams, however, is Xevi Pujolar, a long-serving engineer who has quit the team to join Toro Rosso. "Last year," he told Spain's El Confidencial, "the situation was quite difficult and Williams did not feel right. So I decided to change. "When Pat Symonds...
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