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GP Week : Issue 164
BACK IN THE POINTS AGAIN FOR WILLIAMS 27 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: Bruno Senna continued his recent good form to net a further six world championship points thanks to an impressive drive from ninth on the grid. Senna opted for the popular two-stop strategy and was closely followed by fellow countryman Felipe Massa throughout the race which he dubbed a turning point for his season. He made up one place at the start and stayed in eighth place until the final 15 laps when Red Bull’s Mark Webber pitted for a third time and dropped behind the Williams. Although under intense pressure for the final few laps, Senna never let up and crossed the line a commendable seventh. “Today was a nice race,” began Senna. “We pushed very hard on the strategy to make it work especially as the track conditions and the weather were very different from what we were expecting, so I'm happy with the team and I hope we can carry this momentum on. “There were a lot of battles for me and it was hard it keep the tyres alive because the temperatures were so high, but it's good to start in ninth place and finish in seventh. I think this is a turning point for us.” Senna has now scored points in four of the last six races, while team-mate Maldonado has failed to record a single top ten finish in the same period. SENNA F1 >>> BUDAPEST