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Massa: Williams can beat Ferrari

Felipe Massa says Williams can beat Ferrari to third in the constructors' championship and shouldn't rule out chasing Red Bull either. Valtteri Bottas finished fifth in the Spanish Grand Prix to move Williams ahead of McLaren in the constructors' standings. While Bottas was ahead of both Ferraris, Massa struggled with tyre degradation but having found the cause during the in-season test he said Williams has to set itself high targets. “I think the car was competitive [in Spain], maybe a bit more than I expected,” Massa said. “I hope we can see a similar thing in Monaco and we are just pushing very hard to get more points compared to other teams that we are fighting. “In this race...
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