After years of struggling, Felipe Massa believes Williams are in the chase to be the second best team in Formula One.
The Brazilian, who joined Williams from Ferrari in the off-season, set the pace in the final pre-season test and Williams carried that through into the opening race in Australia.
Although Massa retired at the first corner when he was hit by Kamui Kobayashi, his team-mate Valtteri Bottas raced to fifth place despite tagging the wall and having to make an unscheduled pit stop.
Asked whether Williams are in the hunt for 'best of the rest', Massa told told Sky Sports: "I think it's not impossible.
"I think McLaren definitely did a good race, they finished both cars in...
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