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Williams plans to retain Massa and Bottas - Smedley

– Williams Head of Performance Engineering Rob Smedley says the team plans to retain current drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas into the 2015 Formula 1 season.Massa joined from Ferrari at the start of 2014, while Bottas has been with the team for several seasons and stepped up to a race seat in 2013. The pair have combined to give Williams a pole position and four podiums this year and Smedley says the team has no reason to change their line-up for 2015."I would absolutely love to see that pairing continue through next year and that's the plan, obviously," Smedley told Crash.net."I think that it's just a great blend of youth, enthusiasm – on both sides – and...
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