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'Much work to be done at Williams'

Williams head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley has admitted that the Wantage team has several areas that needs improvement if they are to have a successful season. Smedley joined Williams from Ferrari in the off-season, but only started in his new role at the Bahrain Grand Prix earlier this month. After a disappointing race in China last week, though, where Valtteri Bottas finished seventh and Felipe Massa 15th, Smedley admitted that much work had to be done at Williams. "There are areas that we need to improve, there's no doubt about it," he told crash.net. It's clear and I'm not going to hide behind that and say that there isn't and it's all fantastic; it's clearly not....
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