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Williams remain second in the pecking order behind Mercedes

Williams remain second in the pecking order behind Mercedes 20 March, 2014 Williams team remain one of the current favourites in 2014 Formula 1 world championship, despite huge dollops of bad luck in Melbourne. Piloted by Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas, the new Mercedes-powered FW36 was a standout of the winter season, but it struggled in the wet qualifying session last weekend. In the race, Massa was punted out at the first corner while Bottas finished sixth, fighting through the pack after hitting the wall and damaging his wheel. Pat Symonds says the Finn should thank former team driver Pastor Maldonado for the robustness of the car's suspension. 'Our suspension is very strong,'...
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