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2dNate Saunders

Williams retains Bottas and Massa for 2016

Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa will remain team-mates for a third season after confirming they have been kept on at Williams for 2016.

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12dLaurence Edmondson

Bottas 'very disappointed' by tyre mix up

Valtteri Bottas was left "very disappointed" by the mistake at his first pit stop at the Belgian Grand Prix, which saw his car fitted with three soft tyres and one medium.

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19dLaurence Edmondson

Williams must admit to its problems - Smedley

Williams head of performance engineering Rob Smedley says his team must admit it has problems if it is to address its car's weaknesses.

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41dLaurence Edmondson

Hungaroring exposes Williams' weaknesses - Bottas

Valtteri Bottas says the Hungaroring is exposing Williams' lack of downforce and cornering grip after he qualified sixth on the grid for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.

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44dLaurence Edmondson

Bottas distances himself from Ferrari rumours

Valtteri Bottas claims he does not know where the rumours about a 2016 deal with Ferrari have come from and says his contractual situation has not changed since the last race.

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53dNate Saunders

Massa open to future in Formula E or WEC

Brazilian yet to extend his Williams deal into 2016 - though he sees no reason not to do so - and admits he has options to consider whenever his F1 career draws to a close.

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54dNate Saunders

Williams 'clearly faster' than Ferrari - Smedley

Despite being beaten to the podium by Ferrari at Silverstone, Rob Smedley thinks the early stages of the race proves Williams is now 'clearly the second quickest car' behind Mercedes.

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58dNate Saunders

FIA to warn teams over dummy pit stops

FIA race director Charlie Whiting will lay down the law to teams in Budapest after Mercedes' admitting to trying to fool Williams with 'fake' pit stop at British GP.

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61dLaurence Edmondson

'It would have been nice to be able to race' - Bottas

Valtteri Bottas said he missed out on his best opportunity to pass team-mate Felipe Massa at the start of the British Grand Prix because he was told to hold station by the Williams pit wall.

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61dLaurence Edmondson

Williams defends Silverstone strategy calls

Rob Smedley explains the thinking behind his team's strategy at the British Grand Prix, which ultimately saw its two cars slip from first and second to fourth and fifth.

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63dNate Saunders

P3 and P4 key in Ferrari battle - Massa

Labels his last lap 'fantastic' as he out-qualifies Valtteri Bottas and helps Williams lock out second row ahead of rivals Ferrari in battle for best of the rest.

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Bottas fastest for Williams on final morning

Finn clocked a 1:10.029 in the FW37, while Nico Rosberg finished the morning third for Mercedes and Fernando Alonso managed just 17 laps in the McLaren MP4-30.

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76dNate Saunders

Williams: We're there in the fight

Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas backs team to be strong in Spielberg after qualifying fourth and sixth.

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