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GP Week : Issue 206
F1 >>> news Felipe Massa was not a happy man after being eliminated from the German Grand Prix at the opening corner of the race in what was determined as a racing incident. After starting third, Massa looked at the inside of Williams teammate Valtteri Bottas at the first corner but, as Kevin Magnussen swept around the outside, found himself with no room. The McLaren and the Williams made contact and Massa was suddenly rolling out of the event. Neither driver was hur t in the crash and Magnussen continued in the race, but the Brazilian left no doubt as to where he saw the blame laying. “The cur ve is simply too narrow,” he said. “I was before him, and could not see it. He must therefore slow down.” Magnussen’s view was, “Where should I go? There was no more space. I just couldn’t brake.” Race director Charlie Whining did not agree with his assessment of the clash, Massa’s fourth major incident of the season. “Felipe needs to know that when you start [there is] another [driver] inside. He must leave space,” said Whiting. massa unhappy 11 GPWEEK.com // 11 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: