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Bottas was told not to attack Massa

Valtteri Bottas has revealed that he was told not to attack Felipe Massa in the closing stages of the Malaysian Grand Prix after his team-mate ignored team orders.Massa was told to move over for Bottas as Williams believed he was faster and could attack Jenson Button, who was running just ahead of the pair. However, Massa ignored the call and held off his team-mate until the end of the race.Asked if he had been told he could pass Massa to have a go at Button, Bottas replied: “Yes, that's correct, then in the last two laps I wasn't allowed to overtake him anymore.”With Massa believing the McLaren was too strong on traction to allow either Williams to find a way past, Bottas...
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