Once again, the Williams Martini Racing team confirmed they are becoming a force to be reckoned with, as Valtteri Bottas took second place on the grid at Hockenheim alongside Nico Rosberg, while team-mate Felipe Massa was third. Both drivers are in a good position heading into tomorrows German Grand Prix.
Bottas equalled his best ever qualifying performance in second, but felt the Mercedes were still just out of reach. The Finn is hopeful of getting ahead of Rosberg on Sunday but believes the best result might be to stay ahead of Ferrari and Red Bull to help with their championship standings.
“The car was feeling great today and it is ready for the race, so as a team we are pleased with...
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