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Williams: Both cars working well

Felipe Massa Williams team and drivers report from the first day of the German Grand Prix weekend, Round 10 of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, at Hockenheim. FP1: Felipe Massa: 1:20.542 (11th) Susie Wolff: 1:20.769 (15th) FP2: Felipe Massa: 1:19.024 (6th) Valtteri Bottas: 1:19.385 (10th) Rob Smedley, Head of Performance Engineering: 'We are no longer running our interconnected suspension, so one of the main focuses of today was to optimise the car as much as possible around this, as all teams will have had to do. Susie was driving this morning and did a really good job, worked well and drove sensibly. The feedback we got helped us get used to the car without our interconnected...
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