Felipe Massa missed out on a potential top 10 finish in the Chinese Grand Prix after a problem during his first pit stop.
Massa and team-mate Valtteri Bottas started the race from sixth and seventh on the grid after showing improved wet-weather form in Saturday's rain-affected qualifying session.
With the fourth round of the season taking place in dry conditions, the team was quietly confident that they could score another double points finish.
Massa had a strong start but on the run to the first corner, he collided with his former team-mate Fernando Alonso. His car was briefly pitched into the air after the wheel-to-wheel contact, but it unbelievably managed to survive the hard hit.
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