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Weather catches Williams out

Rob Smedley took responsibility for the call that saw Williams fall at the first hurdle in British GP qualifying but reckons the occasional wrong step on their 'journey' back to success is inevitable. After opting to stay in the pits as the Silverstone track dried out during the closing moments of Q1, Williams – along with Ferrari - were caught out after they finally switched their drivers from intermediate tyres to slicks when the rain promptly returned.As a result, Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa were respectively 17th and 18th fastest, although both drivers will start the race three places higher after various penalties were applied.'I take the responsibility,' Smedley, the team's...
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