Ferrari could learn from Williams' recovery from the doldrums of the British team's past few seasons.
That is the claim of Felipe Massa, Williams' new driver who moved to Grove for 2014 after a long Ferrari career.
Undoubtedly aided by the dominant Mercedes engine, Williams has been arguably the surprise team of 2014, having finished a woeful ninth in the 2013 constructors' table to now trail only the top three teams and proving a regular front row and podium challenger.
Initially, Williams seemed merely to be benefitting from superior horsepower in 2014, but now the FW36 is proving competitive even at twisty circuits like Hungary.
"Now we are competitive in the other areas too,"...
Full Story »