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Williams: We apologise, our fans expect us as a team to let our drivers race

Williams: We apologise, our fans expect us as a team to let our drivers race 3 April, 2014 Williams apologised to their drivers and Formula One fans on Thursday for a clumsy, and ultimately failed, attempt to impose 'team orders' in Malaysia last weekend. Deputy principal Claire Williams told reporters at the Bahrain Grand Prix that the team had erred in asking Brazilian Felipe Massa to let team mate Valtteri Bottas pass because he was faster. Massa ignored the request – which was delivered over the team radio and heard worldwide via the television feed – and finished seventh, one place ahead of the Finn. 'Our fans expect us as a team to let our drivers race, and that's the...
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