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Bottas annoyed by mistakes
A rueful Valtteri Bottas admitted pushing too hard at the start of his final qualifying lap led to the mistakes which cost the chance of stunning the Mercedes' in Sochi.
Long stint pays off for Massa
So just how did Felipe Massa make a set of tyres last 38 laps in the Singapore GP? “I was driving like a grandmother,” joked the Brazilian after finishing a fighting fifth on Sunday night.
Williams retain Bottas, Massa
Williams have announced that they are to retain Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa for the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Bottas: We can catch Red Bull
Valtteri Bottas reckons that Williams can overtake Red Bull and snatch second place in the constructors’ standings if they maintain their current form.
Bottas: That was fun
Valtteri Bottas was delighted to split the two Mercedes cars in Sunday’s German Grand Prix and says he enjoyed the late battle with Lewis Hamilton.
In-form Bottas keeps focused
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams need to stay grounded and not lose focus on maximising their points haul in races, despite the revitalised team’s latest show of speed in Germany on Saturday.
Williams surprised by pace
Williams’ Rob Smedley admitted he was “a little surprised” by Valtteri Bottas’ pace in the British GP but has no doubts about the Finn’s potential to go all the way in F1.
Weather catches Williams out
Rob Smedley took responsibility for the call that saw Williams fall at the first hurdle in British GP qualifying but reckons the occasional wrong step on their “journey” back to success is inevitable.
Williams thrilled with result
Williams were thrilled with their first podium finish of the season at the Austrian GP, despite failing to convert their front-row lockout into victory.
Delighted Williams now eye win
Williams have expressed their surprise and delight after Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas claimed a stunning front-row lockout for the team at the Austrian GP – with their owner now boldly predicting they can “prove that we have a very good race-winning car” on Sunday.
Williams target Red Bull scalp
Valtteri Bottas is confident there will be no repeat of his slide down the Canadian GP order from last year as revitalised Williams aim to take the scalp of World Champions Red Bull in Sunday's race.
Bottas: Step forward in Spain
Valtteri Bottas says Williams made a step forward at Sunday's Spanish GP and thinks they are now the third quickest team on the F1 grid.
Big changes work for Bottas
Valtteri Bottas had set-up changes to thank for his fourth-place grid slot at the Spanish GP while Felipe Massa reckoned he could have joined his Williams team-mate but for a mistake in qualifying.
Bottas targets Bahrain podium
After Williams stuttered their way through the opening two races of the season, Valtteri Bottas reckons they can finally make good on their potential in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Williams sorry for orders row
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas are ready to put Malaysia's team orders row behind them after it was revealed that Williams apologised for the confusion created last weekend.
Massa: I did the right thing
Felipe Massa has struck a defiant stance against his failure to heed Williams team orders in the Malaysia GP and insisted he "did the right thing" in not letting Valtteri Bottas overtake him.
Grid demotion for Bottas
Valtteri Bottas has been hit with a three-place grid penalty for impeding Daniel Ricciardo in qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Bottas excited for Malaysia
Valtteri Bottas is "very, very much looking forward" to the Malaysia GP after his eye-catching performance in Melbourne last weekend.
Bottas 'mad' with himself
Valtteri Bottas says he is "mad" at himself after he hit the wall on the exit of Turn Ten whilst on the tail of Fernando Alonso in the Australian GP - an error which probably cost the Finn a podium finish in the season opener.
Williams confident of more
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas are both confident there's more to come from Williams, even if they didn't set headline-grabbing times in opening practice for the Australian GP.