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Why Williams Will Be the Team to Watch in 2016 European Grand Prix at Baku

For the third year in succession, the same old questions were being asked of same old Williams in the aftermath of the Monaco Grand Prix. Their car had performed competently in the early weeks of the season, good enough for the team to be regarded as the best of the rest behind the usual suspects after Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa both scored points in each of the first five races. But when Formula One returned to the tight and twisty streets of Monte Carlo—the first truly slow-speed, maximum-downforce venue of the season—they were nowhere. Again. Having qualified as high as third just two races earlier, Bottas was classified a pitiful 12th—penalised for hitting another car little more than 24 hours after his FW38 thr...

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