Williams drivers 'frustrated with Monza pace'

Williams drivers 'frustrated with Monza pace'
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Williams drivers are unhappy with the performance of their cars ahead of the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday.

Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas aired their frustration with the performance of Williams after Friday's practice ahead of the Italian Grand Prix.

The Venezuelan managed ninth and 13th respectively in two practice sessions while his teammate finished further down the time sheets, as the constructor looks to improve on a poor season which has so far yielded only one point.

Maldonado told reporters that the team will need to work harder in order to improve their display in qualifying and Sunday's race at Monza.

"It is quite difficult to put a lap together as there is some inconsistency in how the car behaves through different corners, but we will see where we are tomorrow as the track is changing a lot," he said.

Williams currently lie ninth in the constructors' standings ahead of Caterham and Marussia.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates after taking pole during qualifying for the British Grand Prix on June 29, 2013
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