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Williams target Red Bull scalp

Valtteri Bottas is confident there will be no repeat of his slide down the Canadian GP order from last year as revitalised Williams aim to take the scalp of World Champions Red Bull in Sunday's race. In an impressive showing amid sweltering track conditions on Saturday, Williams emerged as the closest challengers to runaway Mercedes with their drivers at one stage looking poised to lock out the second row of the grid, before Sebastian Vettel pipped both with a superior final Q3 lap. Still, Bottas's fourth place and Felipe Massa's fifth represent the former champion team's best combined grid result since the 2010 Brazilian GP, when Nico Hulkenberg took pole in the wet and Rubens Barrichello...
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