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Bottas: Austria a one-off

Valtteri Bottas believes “Austria was maybe a one-off” for Williams after challenging Mercedes for victory. Felipe Massa qualified on pole position ahead of Bottas in an all-Williams front row in Austria, with the pair leading the race for the first stint. While Massa faded, Bottas kept the pressure on the two Mercedes cars and finished eight seconds behind race-winner Nico Rosberg, but he conceded that he is not expecting a repeat performance at the British Grand Prix this weekend. “I think overall Mercedes has been performing really, really strongly,” Bottas said, “It's been difficult to keep up with them in most of the races – I think Austria was maybe a one-off, we will...
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