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GP Week : Issue 135
FELIPE Massa has not been reticent in his criticism for Lewis Hamilton’s aggressive driving style this season. The two drivers narrowly avoided a crash in Saturday’s qualifying session for the Singapore Grand Prix, and Sunday’s race saw both men affected when a passing attempt by Hamilton cost the Briton his front wing and the Brazilian a puncture. Both men pitted for new parts and lost considerable track position as a result, but Hamilton’s race was hampered further when the stewards issued him with a drive-through penalty for causing a collision. Hamilton went on to deliver a stunning performance that saw him climb from a post-penalty low point of P20 to a P5 finish. Massa was not so lucky, and ended the race in P9 from his own low point of P20. “Again, [Hamilton] cannot use his mind,” Ferrari’s Massa told BBC Sport in the Singapore paddock. “Even in qualifying, so can you imagine in the race? He could have caused a big accident and he’s paying for that. I was in the middle [of the track] and then got a puncture, which cost me a lot. “ The FIA must look at this and penalise him all the time,” Massa added. “He can’t even listen to his father, so can you imagine he listens to me?” The battle between the two drivers got a bit physical, with Massa shoving Hamilton in the post-race interview pen where drivers not in the press conference face the questioning media. Massa-Hamilton off-track battle goes nuclear F1 SINGAPORE >>