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Bottas: Mercedes unbeatable in the wet, but Williams will be closer in the dry

+ Valtteri Bottas says that Mercedes were utterly unbeatable in the wet weather during qualifying, but he is confident that Williams will be closer if it stays dry for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix. The Finn, who already has three podium finishes to his name this season, admitted that the pace of the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg had come as a shock to Williams, who expected to be closer to the current championship leaders in  the wet conditions that prevailed during qualifying. “We would have been better off in the dry,” he said. “I have to say [Mercedes], they were miles away from everyone [in the wet]. In the wet qualifying they were really, really quick. “We...
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