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Massa confident straights will help Williams

Williams Martini Racing Felipe Massa is hopeful that the long straights of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will play to the strengths of the FW36 at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. Massa finished the recent Monaco Grand Prix in seventh position but is hopeful that Williams can improve their performance this weekend. "We aim to be more competitive in Canada and hopefully we can have a good performance," said the Brazilian. "The top speed of the car is good and this will be our main strength. Montreal has hosted some great races in the past and this has a lot to do with the weather, so we need to be prepared as it can rain and often without warning." Team-mate Valtteri...
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