It looked like Felipe Massa had the upper hand over teammate Valtteri Bottas all weekend, but the tables turned in the dying moments of Q3 as the latter took fourth place on the grid with Massa slipping back to ninth after a mistake.
The story was pretty much the same throughout the three free practice sessions: Massa was always just that little bit ahead of his teammate. While Valtteri was hanging around the margins of the top-10, Massa was usually in the top-six threatening the likes of the Ferraris.
Again, when qualifying came around, it was Massa who had the upper hand. He was nearly two tenths up on his teammate in Q1 and nearly six tenths up in Q2. When Q3 began, both Williams...
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