Austria Preview Quotes: Williams
Ralf Schumacher: "Our true potential was not mirrored in the final result we achieved in Barcelona. However, our performance during the first third of the race should give us some optimism for the remainder of the season and we need to build on that. We therefore continued our intensive testing schedule this week in Le Castellet and Iâ€˜m convinced weâ€™ve made progress in all areas which we hope to be able to translate into a successful result in Austria. On a personal level, it would be great to be competive as racing at the A1-Ring is almost a home Grand Prix for me. The fans are fantastic and create an infectious atmosphere, spurring you on to the finish line. Itâ€˜s a shame that this race is being dropped from the calendar for the foreseeable future. Hopefully weâ€™ll be able to say goodbye with a positive finish."
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