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Massa targets Red Bull, Ferrari in China

Felipe Massa has warned his Williams team that it needs to plan well for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix if it wants to take the opportunity of beating Red Bull and Ferrari. Speaking after qualifying sixth fastest for the race in Shanghai, Massa saw no reason not to expect to compete with two of the sport's biggest names, particularly if the weather takes a turn for the best and produces a dry track for the fourth round of the 2014 F1 world championship. Buoyed by an improvement in the performance of his FW36 since the last race in Bahrain, the Brazilian will be looking to capitalise on a strong qualifying result that he thought could have been even better had it not been for picking the wrong...
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