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GP Week : Issue 211
Dry weather fans That the Williams car is at its best in the dry became even more clear on race day, as the Williams duo were unable to match the McLarens or Red Bulls for wet weather speed. ultimately, sixth and seventh was a solid reward for plugging on ... "It was not an easy race for us today,” reported Valtteri Bottas. “However we still got some points which is good. The car wasn't great in the wet but we made the most of the strategy and extracted what we could. We are missing pace in the corners and so conceded a lot of time. It was a surprise to see the Red Bull so quick, in the dry we would have fared better. I really hope Jules is okay after the incident and that it is nothing serious." Felipe Massa expressed similar concern: "The race was very difficult today, I suffered at the start with aquaplaning and towards the end it started to get dark as the rain fell again. The Red Bulls were too fast for us today, especially on the intermediate tyre, so there was no chance we could defend. My main focus at the moment is that Jules is okay though." 31 GPWEEK.com // 31 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> JAPAN PARTNERS: