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Up and Down Race for Williams in Melbourne

Williams Martini Racing endured an up and down weekend at the Australian Grand Prix, with Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas finishing fifth and Brazilian Felipe Massa failing to finish after a first lap crash Kamui Kobayashi. Bottas, who started in P15, worked his way through the pack on lap one, finishing the first 3.295 miles in tenth place. But, for Massa, a technical failure on the Brake-By-Wire system on Kobyashai’s sent the Japanese driver up the back of the No.9 FW36 and into retirement. “I'm obviously very disappointed as I had the sort of car capable of challenging for a podium today, but the incident in the first corner ruined my race,” said Massa. “I tried to have a calm...
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