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Massa buoyed by qualifying pace

Felipe Massa admitted he was pleased with Williams' qualifying pace after working on performance in Bahrain.After Williams managed to complete over 100 laps on each of the first two days of the final test, the team started to work specifically on performance on Saturday with Massa completing qualifying runs late in the day. After setting the fastest time of both Bahrain tests so far on supersoft tyres – beating Nico Rosberg who was also on supersofts – Massa said he was pleased with the car's pace.“We had a very good day today doing almost 100 laps,” Massa said. “We did a lot more performance work in the car which is something that we haven't done so much of so far. I'm really...
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