Williams are still at a disadvantage in wet weather conditions compared to their rivals, according to Felipe Massa.
“We still have some of the issues in the wet that we had last season,” said Massa, who will start seventh ahead of team mate Valtteri Bottas. “Hopefully we can now look to solve a few of those.”
“Tomorrow looks like it will be dry though, so we hope for a better race,” he added. “I think in the dry we can both be in the top five.”
2015 Malaysian Grand Prix
- Perez apologised for Sepang collision – Grosjean
- Emphatic Driver of the Weekend win for Vettel
- F1 bounces back with lively Malaysian Grand Prix
- Could Ferrari have won without the Safety Car?
- Power unit problem delayed Grosjean in Malaysia