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Massa: We can be best of rest

Mercedes might be F1's new pacesetters but Felipe Massa sees no reason why Williams shouldn't lead the chase as the new season moves on to Malaysia.Although the Grove team's pre-season promise didn't flourish in quite the manner they hoped for in Australia, the Brazilian thinks he and team-mate Valtteri Bottas can give a better account of themselves at Sepang. Massa exited the Australian GP at the very first corner when his car was hit by the Caterham of Kamui Kobayashi and while Bottas was fifth, he could have finished higher had he not clipped the wall during the early laps. Nico Rosberg won the race comfortably but when asked whether Williams are 'best of the rest', Massa replied:...
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