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'Risky' strategy rewards Massa with P7

– Williams driver Felipe Massa put his woes in qualifying behind him and made a 'risky' strategy work to take seventh place in the Monaco Grand Prix.Massa lined-up in a lowly 16th place on the grid after having to sit out Q2 as a result of the incident with Marcus Ericsson. The Caterham driver was subsequently punished by the stewards and made to start from the pit lane. That, however, didn't change where Massa was on the grid, although in the end the Brazilian recovered well.Indeed in contrast to most, he didn't stop under the second Safety Car period, but instead kept going until lap 45, a decision that paid dividends and rewarded him with his third points' finish of the season and...
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