Williams pleased with race progress

By on Sunday, September 9, 2012

Williams declared themselves satisfied with their progress in the Italian Grand Prix.

Bruno Senna started from thirteenth but a good start paved the way for the Brazilian to finish an eventual tenth.

"It was very tough to try to make the one-stop strategy work, but we did it and were also lucky with a few cars that were forced to retire," he said.

"It was a great effort from the team today to make it into the points. Now we look forward to the next few races where we run higher downforce on the car which should suit us better."

Pastor Maldonado finished a place behind his team mate, narrowly outside of the points.

"It was a tough race, especially starting from the back, but the car showed good pace and was consistent. We just missed out on the points but I was happy to have made up 11 places in the race", said the Venezuelan.

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