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Williams Encouraged By Double Points Finish

Williams drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were keen to take the positives from Malaysia after finishing seventh and eighth respectively. Much of the post-race discussion centred on Massa’s apparent refusal to follow team orders but the Brazilian didn’t think Sepang was the team’s strongest circuit either way and thought the overall result was positive. “Getting both cars in the points today is a positive result for the team. I had a very good start and made up some good places on the first lap, but my progress was halted a bit by the McLaren of Magnussen in the first stint which had good traction out of the last corner which made it difficult for me to overtake. I also had...
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