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Williams: Red Bull can be caught

Claire Williams says Williams is targeting second in the constructors' championship after moving ahead of Ferrari in to third. Williams was three points behind Ferrari heading in to the German Grand Prix but Valtteri Bottas' second place – his third consecutive podium – was enough to move it five points ahead. Asked if it had been easy to do so due to the pace advantage of the car, Williams said the team was working to achievable targets and believes the next one is to catch Red Bull over the remaining nine races. “There is no easy prey in Formula One, but yes, three points is an achievable amount [to overhaul] isn't it?” Williams told the official Formula One website. “The...
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