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Perez and Force India hit back at Massa crash criticism

Sergio Perez and Force India have hit back at criticism from Felipe Massa and Williams after the dramatic last-lap crash between the two drivers during yesterday's Canadian Grand Prix. The stewards deemed that the Mexican was to blame for the collision, which pitched both drivers heavily into the barrier, and handed him a five-place grid penalty for the next race in Austria. Massa branded the Force India driver 'dangerous' after the crash and Perez has now responded to the comments. 'It was very disappointing to lose such a strong result through no fault of our own,' he said. “I was following the same line and braking patterns as in the previous laps and I just got hit from behind by...
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