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Williams no longer such a damp squib in the wet

Williams finally appears to have made some progress with its car in wet conditions after getting both of its drivers into the top ten during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix today. Felipe Massa qualified in sixth place ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas in a fine display by the British team given its problems in the wet before. Rain-affected sessions in Australia and Malaysia had made life difficult for both of its drivers as the FW36 – despite being very quick in the dry – was a bit useless when the heavens opened. In fact, it was such a great difference that our very own Trent Price called the car 'Jekyll and Hyde'; he was right on the money. Australia was the clearest...
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