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Bottas vows to learn from mistake

Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished in sixth place in today's Australian Grand Prix, with Felipe Massa retiring on the first lap after being hit from behind by the Caterham of Kobayashi. Valtteri had a strong start, moving from P15 to P10 on the first lap, and was running in P6 before a puncture forced him to pit and pushed him back to P16. He then showed strong pace to make his way through the pack to finish in the top ten. The FW36 looked competitive all weekend and the team will be looking to demonstrate the car's full potential in the next race in Malaysia. Bottas is promoted to 5th in the standing due to the disqualification of 2nd place finisher Daniel Ricciardo. Rod Nelson, Chief Test...
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