Felipe Massa limps home after being caught up in Kimi Raikkonen's first lap shunt at Silverstone
Seeking to build on their revival as a force in Formula One, Williams said they were not content with a second place finish for Valtteri Bottas at the British Grand Prix on Sunday.
It was a day of mixed emotions for the former champions who lost driver Felipe Massa on the first lap when he was caught up in the aftermath of a heavy crash involving Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and had to retire.
Bottas saved the day when he moved up through the field after starting in 14th place to finish as runner-up to Briton Lewis Hamilton, the best result of his career.
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