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Williams Look Forward To Start Of European Leg

Williams will be hoping that the extended break between the Chinese Grand Prix and the start of the European season will have been enough to improve the car and get the jump on its rivals. “Spain is a good leveller,” explained Head of Vehicle Performance, Rob Smedley. “Getting back to Europe gives teams the opportunity to bring further upgrades,which we will also be doing. Barcelona and the following two or three races gives everyone a good indication of how the rest of the season will play out and who has made the most progress since the start of the season. The teams and drivers know the track well, meaning we can gain a lot of accurate data on how the upgrades are working.”...
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