Should Williams have won the Austrian GP?
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were up front in the early stages of the race. EDD STRAW asks if Williams could have been more aggressive and whether this was a podium gained, or a victory lost
When you lock out the front row and run one-two for the first 14 laps of the race but only finish third and fourth, the obvious question is: 'what went wrong?'.
As Williams head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley put it, when asked whether the Austrian Grand Prix was a case of a win that got away or a 'three-four' to be celebrated, "we couldn't be competitive people if we didn't feel a slight twinge of disappointment."
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