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Exclusive Rob Smedley Q&A Part 2

For part one click here In the Williams environment, obviously you worked with Felipe [Massa] for so long at Ferrari and then coming here; have you seen him and his dynamic change coming in to a team like this? Yeah, absolutely. I've said this before and there's no secret to it that he's much more relaxed. The team rallies round him so much more and I think he really enjoys that. He enjoys he fact that he is the more experienced driver, that's his role in the team and he has to deliver from that point of view. I was quite happy to see him have a decent race in Budapest but absolutely we have to get the monkey off his back if you like and get him in to positions where he's going to be back...
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