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Williams apologised to drivers

Sutton Images Enlarge Williams has apologised to its drivers for the misunderstanding regarding team orders at the Malaysian Grand Prix and insists there are no hard feelings in the team. Felipe Massa was asked to move aside for Valtteri Bottas last weekend, but refused to follow the orders from the pit wall, saying they were "not correct". On Thursday in Bahrain he stood by his position and deputy team principal Claire Williams said her team had apologised to both drivers. "We didn't handle the situation for either of our drivers particularly well, so of course we've apologised to our drivers," she said. It was only the right thing to do at the end of the day....
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