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Williams in 'good shape' going to Canada

Valtteri Bottas' race in Monaco ended after an engine failure Getty Images Enlarge Rob Smedley thinks Williams will be more competitive in Canada after struggling at times during the Monaco Grand Prix. Williams had issues with its front tyres in Monte Carlo, while an engine issue forced Valtteri Bottas to retire, but still managed to collect six points from Felipe Massa's seventh. Head of Vehicle Performance Smedley admits tyres are still an area of concern for Williams but thinks the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve suits the FW36 much better and hopes the team can capitalise. "Canada is a very special circuit due to the long fast straights and slow corners," Smedley said. "We...
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