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3 Valtteri Bottas

Williams preview the Italian GP

Tuesday 2nd September 2014

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Williams preview the Italian GP

Williams preview the Italian GP

Valtteri Bottas expects to finish the Italian Grand Prix near the front of the grid, while Monza is one of Felipe Massa' favourite circuits.

Valtteri Bottas: "Monza could be a great track for our car and I know we will be busy with our partners, many of whom are coming to Italy. The track is really good fun to drive and it is important to have good straight-line speeds as it has some very quick straights. We have a track specific aero package that we will take, combine that with the strong power-unit and we could have a very competitive weekend."

Felipe Massa: "Monza is a place I enjoy. I love the people and the fans and I hope now despite the fact that I have moved teams that they still support and cheer for me. Monza is a special circuit as it's so quick, but the corners are quite slow. Aerodynamics are vital at a track like this and that could benefit us over the weekend. I hope to be competitive here as I think the Italian fans would like to see us do well."

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