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Bottas hopes to prove Williams pace in Malaysia

Valtteri Bottas is hopeful of proving just what Williams can do as they head to Malaysia, after a mistake in Australia potentially cost him a podium finish. The Finnish driver looked set to finish amongst the top three, but contact with the Albert Park wall and a subsequent puncture put an end to his early charge through the field. Meanwhile team-mate Felipe Massa didn't even complete a single corner before he was rear-ended by Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi, therefore masking what the FW36 can really achieve. Bottas is hoping that will become apparent in Malaysia where he says fighting amongst the top six cars is their minimum target. "There are 18 races to prove what we can do," he...
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