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Massa more comfortable with FW36

Williams Martini Racing Felipe Massa says that upgrades Williams has brought to the Chinese Grand Prix have improved the feeling of the FW36. Massa was seventh quickest in the second session in China and reckons that the car has been improved. "All of the upgrades we brought here have improved performance which is really positive," he said. "Having new parts that we will use is good news as we have made some good steps forward. The balance and feeling of the car is better, however we know that most other teams have also made improvements. "The low track temperatures made it slippery, and if it rains tomorrow it will be the same in the race. We also suffered some...
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