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Perez penalty not enough - Massa

Williams driver Felipe Massa criticised Force India's Sergio Perez for his part in a spectacular crash involving the pair at Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix. Mexican Perez, 24, was given a five-place grid penalty for the Austrian GP on 22 June for the incident that led to both drivers being taken to hospital. But Brazilian Massa, 33, felt the punishment should have been tougher. 'It was dangerous and we could have had a very serious accident, so for me the penalty is not enough,' Massa said. Both Felipe Massa (pictured) and Sergio Perez were taken to hospital for precautionary brain scans 'I spoke to him at the medical centre. I was so disappointed with him. I said he needs to learn. 'It's...
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