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Williams look to put lean years behind them

It's been 17 years since Williams last won a world title, but Formula One's grand old men are showing unexpected signs of life after long, barren seasons in the wilderness. When four days of testing wrapped up in Bahrain on Sunday, it was Felipe Massa topping the time charts with the rejuvenated British team. Massa, having left behind some trying times with Ferrari where he was replaced by Kimi Raikkonen, clocked the best time at Sakhir, 1min 33.25sec after an impressive 202 laps. Teammate Valtteri Bottas was fourth fastest overall with the Williams men sandwiching the two Mercedes cars of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. "We had a very good day Saturday doing almost 100 laps,"...
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