Rob Smedley is adamant Williams are not disappointed with their third and fourth places in the Austrian GP as the win was never the target.
Although Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas started Sunday's Austrian GP from the front row of the grid, the duo finished fourth and third respectively.
The race was won by Nico Rosberg, who started behind the Grove drivers, with Lewis Hamilton runner-up.
Smedley, though, says that's pretty much what they expected.
"I think we were beaten by a faster car and a better organised team, so hats off to them because they did a better job than us," the Williams head of vehicle performance told Autosport..
"We were not without problems ourselves...
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