Williams disappointed after poor performance at Malaysia

Formula One News » Williams disappointed after poor performance at Malaysia

Williams, who were expecting to make progress at the Malaysian grand prix have been left disappointed after they failed to make any significant gains during free practice.

“We haven’t made the progress we had hoped for today,” said director Mike Coughlan.

“We need to look at the data we have from both sessions to maximise the package we have.”

Pastor Maldonado added, “We didn’t have the pace today unfortunately, we need to analyse the data tonight to see what we can do.
“We have a lot of work to do but we’ll be pushing hard to see what we can achieve tomorrow.”



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