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Chilton: Kimi clash cost me

Max Chilton believes he would have finished in the points at the Monaco Grand Prix had he not collided with Kimi Raikkonen. The front wing on Chilton's Marussia was broken after he collided with the rear of Raikkonen's Ferrari when he tried to unlap himself under the safety car. Chilton added that Raikkonen was aware t hat he was trying to overtake him and could have prevented the accident. "You pass the safety car line twice and normally Charlie [Whiting] gives the message that the cars can now overtake the cars in front," Chilton told Autosport. "I came in to Turn 1 [Sainte Devote] and asked my engineer, 'when are we going to be allowed to overtake the cars...
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