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Smedley admits ‘slight twinge of disappointment’

Rob Smedley admits he was left with “a slight twinge of disappointment” after Williams was unable to win the Austrian Grand Prix. Felipe Massa started from pole position ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas and the two Williams cars led the first stint of the race from Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton. While Rosberg took the lead in the first round of pit stops and Hamilton slotted in to second at the final stops, Smedley said Williams had played it relatively safely with its strategy when it became apparent it was unlikely to win. “Racers wouldn't be competitive people if you didn't feel a slight twinge of disappointment but you have got to look at the positives,” Smedley said. “I...
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