It was a case of "what could've been" for Williams in Austria as Felipe Massa missed out on a podium.
Having locked out the front row of the grid with Massa claiming his first pole for the Grove squad and team-mate Valtteri Bottas starting next to him, the team looked odds on for a double podium finish.
While Bottas went on to claim his maiden podium for the team with a P3, Massa had to settle for fourth place following a slow pitstop.
Rob Smedley, Williams' head of vehicle performance, feels their display was "not good enough" and it cost them dearly.
"As I said in the round-up to the team, we can't be happy that we had a car in first position and after one...
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