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Risky Strategy Pays for Williams Martini Racing

The 2014 Grand Prix de Monaco was a split tale for Williams Martini Racing as Felipe Massa made up nine places from 16th in Qualifying while Valtteri Bottas retired after power unit issues. The team are still anaylising to find the cause of Bottas' failure to finish. Massa was thrilled with his seventh place finish though. He did much of the hard work himself, though not having to stack the two FW36s during the pit stops under safety car was a massive help. By the time Scuderia Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen made an ill-advised move on the McLaren-Mercedes of Kevin Magnussen, the Brazilian had put himself in a position to take advantage. 'I am very happy with seventh after starting 16th on the...
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