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GP Week : Issue 207
After a run of podiums, Hungary proved tougher for Williams – although Valteri Bottas was perhaps unluckiest of all with the first safety Car, dropping from second to outside the top 10: " We've been used to racing for podiums lately, so today was a bit different,” commented Head of Vehicle Performance Rob smedley. “The pace of the car wasn't fantastic, which we can accept on a tight and twisty track like this. We did what we could; we got two cars home in the points and pulled away from Mclaren and Force India in the championship. We're happy with four th in the Constructors' going into the break and we've got some good races coming up, so we will come back eager for more podiums at spa and Monza." Perhaps relying too much on Mediums, Felipe Massa was nevertheless happy to grab fifth-place points – some might say he was thrilled to get past the first corner! "It was a very difficult race with a lot happening. We had many fights and it was difficult to stay on the track. We took some risks with the tyres in the pit stops and in the end it was a good result. Now we can look forward to the second part of the season and I'm sure we will score a lot more points than we've scored up until now." RIGHT: Bottas got a great start and ran second aheadof Vettel, but a bad first Safety Car stop cost plenty ... Williams: a hump in the road 33 GPWEEK.com // 33 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> HUNGARY PARTNERS: