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Williams continue strong qualifying performances

Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished second with Felipe Massa third in a very hot qualifying session. Both drivers encountered no problems during the today's sessions and were happy with their car's balance. This is the second front row start for the team this season with Valtteri equalling his career best qualifying result. Rob Smedley, Head of Performance Engineering: It was a good job by the team and a good result. We have maximised our performance throughout the weekend and the drivers did the work today to set us up well for tomorrow. Qualifying is important here and we have showed we have good race pace so it's now time to convert that into points, and hopefully further improve our...
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