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Much less pressure at Williams than Ferrari - Massa

Felipe Massa is enjoying a much more relaxed atmosphere at Williams compared to his former team, Ferrari, and he believes it will have a positive impact on his results. The Brazilian departed Ferrari at the end of the last season and moved to Williams where he admits to being much happier. "The pressure is definitely less [than at Ferrari]," he said. "If you are competitive it [pressure] will always be high in F1. But the way you feel it [at Ferrari] is different. "Here I feel relaxed; I have a lot of respect for the team and the way they work. Maybe it will [effect my driving]. It helps, I feel good." The 32-year-old is also having to adapt the way in which he...
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