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Williams: We were beaten by a faster car and better organised team

Williams team celebrate in Austria In Austria on Sunday Williams enjoyed their best weekend since Barcelona in 2012 when they won their last grand prix, as Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa finished third and fourth respectively and despite starting from the front row the team are convinced they did not have the firepower to match the dominant Mercedes duo. From the outside it appeared that the Silver Arrows pit wall made some key strategy calls during the race, while Williams blinked and thus lost the high ground during the race which ultimately cost them victory. However the team's head of performance engineering Rob Smedley explained to media after the race that this was not the case,...
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