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Williams: We're lucky not to have someone seriously hurt

Felipe Massa walks away from his wrecked Williams Williams provided evidence to stewards which led to Force India's Sergio Perez being penalised after a violent last lap crash with Felipe Massa in what was a duel for third and fourth place in the Canadian Grand Prix. Rob Smedley, Williams head of vehicle performance, told media after the race, 'We were lucky not to have had someone seriously hurt and lucky not to collect Sebastian in a side-on impact. We showed the stewards evidence that Felipe brakes about five metres earlier than the lap before.' 'There is evidence from the side shot – if you take Felipe and Sebastian [Vettel] through the braking phase, the distance between them is...
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