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Williams preview the Austrian Grand Prix

Valterri Bottas leads Felipe Massa Back on the calendar for the first time since 2003, the Austrian Grand Prix is one of the sport's classics.The original Osterreichring was undulating and fast; the A1-Ring, scene of that last race 11 years ago, was a shortened version of the original masterpiece, and we return to the same picturesque valley near Zeltweg this season. The track has been re-branded the Red Bull Ring and the facilities have been upgraded, but the layout remains fundamentally the same as before. Given the length of the straights, top speeds will be crucial once the race gets underway. Turn 2 is a particularly good overtaking spot, and who can forget our very own Juan Pablo...
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