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Hungary important psychologically , admits Smedley

Williams will be looking for a continuation of recent results at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, determined to give its rivals something to think about during F1's summer break. Valtteri Bottas has stood on the podium at each of the past three races, improving on third place in Austria with second in both Britain and Germany, as Williams inched its way up the constructors' table, overtaking McLaren, Force India and Ferrari in the process. The Hungaroring presents a very different challenge to the last three venues, however, with an average speed of just 120mph making it the slowest permanent circuit on the calendar. With the current Williams car benefitting from the combination of...
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