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Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds has hailed Felipe Massa's impact on the squad, and he believes there's more to come from the Brazilian.
Williams Martini driver's from left Susie Wolff, Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Massa and Felipe Nasr pose during a photocall at the official launch of the Williams 2014 Formula One team.
This year's season-opener has the added excitement of being the first race for the brand new 1.6-litre power units.
The 2014 Formula One season is almost upon us and, in the lead-up to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, drivers and team members alike have been eager to share their thoughts as the green light for F1 at the Albert Park circuit approaches.
Red Bull's early-season testing troubles are well known. Jacques Villeneuve thinks driver Sebastian Vettel will suffer because of them.
If he wasn't born to win, Lewis Hamilton was certainly bred for success. No driver has ever been groomed so thoroughly for formula one stardom as Hamilton, who is the uncertain favourite going into Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park.
It's game on again in the F1 soap opera as Vettel's sudden fallibility opens the door for Alonso or Hamilton to regain the drivers' crown The soap opera returns.
The Lotus Formula One team is behind where it wants to be, in part because of the difficulties encountered by engine supplier Renault.
Upon his Ferrari return, Kimi Raikkonen will be looking to repeat his 2007 Australian GP feat by winning the first race in his new Ferrari stint.
Which of the two drivers will be crowing loudest come the end of the season is one of the questions all of Formula One wants answered.
If the Williams Formula One team is a force in 2014, many in the paddock will celebrate the return of an F1 great.
In an in-depth chat with SSN's Craig Slater, Dennis discusses the future of ousted Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh, the changing shape of F1, his vision of Bernie Ecclestone's successor, and whether he could envisage Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso returning to the team in the future.
Lewis Hamilton believes his Mercedes Formula One team can live up to their advance billing as favorites when the season starts in Australia next week.
Seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher gives a news conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2011.