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Roy the Boy's betting guide to Australia

William's and McLaren start 2014 on the back of their worst ever seasons. Williams achieved just one top-ten finish in 2013; McLaren won no silverware for the first time since 1981. Winter testing now suggests they had more than one eye on the season ahead, in essence preparing their own set of braces. You have to agree the front-end of the 2014 cars are indeed very ugly.During the last decade William's have not helped themselves with their choice of drivers. Mark Webber, Alexander Wurz, Kazuki Nakajima and Rubens Barrichello were probably cheap enough but results were doubtless compromised. This year they have burdened themselves with Felipe Massa. Let's hope their other pilot, Valtteri...
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