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Massa third despite 'struggle for perfect lap'

Felipe Massa was keeping his emotions very much in check despite qualifying a strong third for the German Grand Prix, claiming he didn't have the 'perfect car' beneath him. A complete Saturday turnaround from Williams Martini Racing team following its disastrous qualifying last time out at Silverstone – even if Valtteri Bottas was still able to get on the podium come race day -, Bottas and Massa were back on single-lap form to qualify second and third respectively. Missing out on out-qualifying team-mate Bottas for a spot on the front row of the grid by three tenths of a second, though Massa was 'quite happy' his the final result, he was disappointed not to have put a stronger lap...
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