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Williams Remain Optimistic After Incident Filled Race

Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas both found themselves involved in first corner collisions as Williams Martini Racing endured mixed fortunes at the Chinese Grand Prix. Bottas found himself chasing down the Force India of Nico Hulkenberg at the end of the race to finish in 7th, while his teammate Massa suffered a problem during his first pit stop that dropped him to the back of the field. The Brazilian fought hard but could only mange to finish the race in 15th. Massa initially made a great start to the race but made contact with the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso going into turn one when he swept across the track trying to find a gap. Bottas also found himself in the wars going into turn one...
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