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Williams encouraged but warns against predictions

– Williams Team Principal Sir Frank Williams says he has been encouraged by the progress the FW36 has made throughout testing but is unwilling to make predictions about the team's placing in the pecking order. Felipe Massa set the fastest time during the final pre-season test in Bahrain and rivals, including McLaren's Jenson Button, have tipped the team to achieve strong results in 2014. "Work on the FW36 began towards the end of 2012 to make sure we were fully prepared for the new regulations. This winter has been one of the most hectic in recent memory for all teams, but I'm extremely proud of how our team has met the challenge," he said as Williams unveiled its 2014...
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