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Massa: Williams will be second best in Germany

– Felipe Massa is hopeful Williams will be the second quickest team again in Germany next week.Massa was forced out of the British Grand Prix on Sunday after getting caught up in Kimi Räikkönen's crash on the opening lap and he had to watch from the sidelines as team-mate Valtteri Bottas took an impressive second place.Massa was quickest, however, on Tuesday on day one of the test at Silverstone and is now feeling bullish ahead of round ten in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship."I think honestly the car was so competitive during the race," Massa told selected media today, including GPUpdate.net. "We couldn't be so competitive during the practice sessions as we...
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