The Williams Martini Racing team were left rueing the rain in Belgium as their wet weather pace is not as strong as their dry weather pace. Neither the less, both Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa were able to qualify within the top ten at Spa-Francorchamps, and both are hoping for a dry race so to be able to use the true speed of the car.
Bottas qualified sixth but less than four tenths of a second away from Sebastian Vettel in third, but felt disappointed that the session was held in wet conditions after posting the best time of anyone in the morning free practice session.
“The final practice where I finished P1 showed that we have a very strong car in the dry, but wet conditions allow...
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