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Perez hits back at Williams criticism over Massa shunt

Sutton Images Enlarge Sergio Perez has hit back at suggestions he was to blame for his accident with Felipe Massa at the Canadian Grand Prix and denies his car should have been retired before the collision. Perez's race came to an end on the final lap after contact with Massa under braking for Turn 1, which he was later penalised for. However, he claims he did not change his line from the previous laps when he was defending against the Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel and believes Massa should have given him more space. "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...
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