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Bottas wants more from Williams

Valtteri Bottas admits he always wants more from Williams despite a strong start to the season. Williams has consistently been one of the quickest teams behind Mercedes at each track, however results have been limited to a best of fifth place in Melbourne in the opening race. While Bottas can see the positives in how the team has progressed from last season as he has scored points in every race, he says he's keen for improved finishing positions. Asked if he would have taken 24 points from the opening four races of the season at the start of the year, Bottas replied: “No, you always want more. “It's still positive being consistently in the points but you always want more. I think we...
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