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Felipe Massa: “Ericsson Hit Me and Ruined my Qualifying”

The Williams F1 team endured a disappointing qualifying session in Monaco, with Valtteri Bottas qualifying in 13th while Felipe Massa will start 16th after being the innocent victim as he tried to allow the Caterham of Marcus Ericsson overtake at Mirabeau but the two collided as the Swede corrected a rear-end slide that resulted in the Caterham and the Williams drivers ending up in the wall. Brazilian Massa felt it was possible to get a decent grid slot on the grid having been faster than his team-mate in the first part of qualifying, and knows the race is going to be a challenge to get points from so far back. “I did everything I could in the first session but at the end Ericsson hit...
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