Valtteri Bottas believes Williams Martini Racing could have a 'very competitive' Italian Grand Prix weekend at the Monza circuit.
The team's 2014 car – the FW36 – has typically thrived on tracks that require strong straight line speed and high aerodynamic efficiency, which are both key characteristics to a fast lap at Monza.
The Grove-based outfit is currently fourth in the constructors' standings after a positive first part of the season. Despite Bottas finishing third at the last race in Belgium, Williams dropped further behind Ferrari in the fight for third place.
The Finn is confident the team will be competitive this weekend. 'Monza could be a great track for our car and I...
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