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Williams target second

Despite falling off the pace last weekend in Hungary, Rob Smedley believes second in the Championship is "still achievable." In recent weeks, Williams have been arguably the second best team on the grid, leading the charge ahead of Red Bull and Ferrari. That charge, though, ended in a splatter last weekend in Hungary when the FW36 lacked the pace on the tight, twisty circuit. As such Williams finished off the podium for the first time in four races and dropped to third in the Championship, seven points behind Ferrari. Performance chief Smedley believes it is only a matter of time before Williams overhaul Ferrari and hunt down Red Bull. "Our target is to be second in the...
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