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Massa confident Williams updates will be better than Ferrari

Felipe Massa says he is “100%” confident that Williams will be able to update its car more successfully than Ferrari could last year. In Massa's last season with the team, Ferrari struggled to get new parts working with its car due to issues with the wind tunnel. However, Williams has had more success so far this season as it works at improving downforce levels and the team is looking to stay near the front of the grid with a number of new parts at this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix. Asked if he was more confident that upgrades would work at Williams, Massa replied: “100%. “Last year, to be honest I don't remember one race when we brought new parts and it worked. And then we had a...
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