Williams chief engineer Rod Nelson believes the Grove outfit will have a reliable car in the 2014 Formula One season, although he admitted that he is unsure about the car's race pace.
Williams has been one of the surprise packages during pre-season, with both Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas challenging title favourites Mercedes for pace at Jerez and Sakhir.
"I think it is more a reflection of our determination to have a good solid reliable car, and we are absolutely determined that that was going to be the case. Touch wood that will carry on," Nelson told Autosport when asked about the team's table-topping pace in Bahrain over the weekend.
"We lost a day in Jerez, and lost...
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