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Smedley pleased with Williams progress

Williams head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley says he is pleased with the progress the team is making in terms of its issues with traction. The start of the season saw Williams struggling with rear traction and as a result not being able to make the tyres last as long as some of its rivals. However, with Felipe Massa finishing seventh in Monaco and Valtteri Bottas having been on for an even better result on a rear-limited circuit, Smedley said he wanted the team to be encouraged by the improvements he has seen. “I said in my review to the guys at the end of our meeting that if we're going to take a positive from the weekend … in Bahrain and in the first few races it was all about...
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