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Massa impressed as Williams updates work as expected

Williams brought a number of updates to Spain for the first European Grand Prix of the season, and have once again found all its updates working as expected, confirming research and simulation work done at the factory. Rob Smedley, the team's Head of Performance Engineering was clearly optimistic after Friday's running, confirming that all the scheduled work was completed without any hiccups. 'It was a constructive day as we had a lot of work to do in terms of car set-up and tyre management as well as testing all the new pieces', Smedley noted. 'We completed the tests we had planned and as a result all the parts we brought are working as expected or even better, which is key at a track like...
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