Felipe Massa made it clear that his team was wrong to ask him to move over for his team-mate just two races into the season and is convinced Williams will not use team-orders again unless absolutely necessary
Massa and team-mate Valtteri Bottas had been running seventh and eighth and were in pursuit of Jenson Button’s McLaren in the closing stages of last weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix when the team radioed the lead Williams driver and asked him to make way for Bottas.
Williams felt that Bottas, on fresher tyres, had a better chance of attacking and passing Button than Massa, who apart from running on more worn tyres was also struggling with high engine temperatures.
But the team had...
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