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Felipe Massa: ”We Should have been up with the Force India’s”

The Williams F1 team left Bahrain on the back of their second consecutive double points finish, with Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas finishing seventh and eighth on Sunday.  However they left a little disappointed, having been challenging for a podium place all race long but were not helped by the intervention of the safety car. “The safety car didn't help the strategy as I think we should have been up with the Force India’s rather than behind the Red Bulls so that is a shame,” said Massa.  “Other than that it was a good race, with some good battles and to finish with both cars in the points is really positive. “The start was fantastic, I did everything right and I had good...
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