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Smiles as Williams shows extent of progress

Williams' performance across the Australian Grand Prix was in start contrast to its fortunes from just twelve months ago and chief test and support engineer Rod Nelson admitted that it was a nice feeling to have.The Grove team, for all its storied history, accumulated just five points from the 19 races in 2013, but left Melbourne with double that tally even though one of its cars failed to get beyond the first corner of the 2014 season-opener.The performance of both Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas through the early part of the weekend underlined what had been seen in pre-season testing, with Williams benefitting from both its new relationship with engine partner Mercedes and a lot of work...
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