Felipe Massa remains convinced that he could have won last week's Canadian Grand Prix had he not been delayed during his first pit stop.
The Brazilian led the race ahead of Daniel Ricciardo - who eventually won - when he made his first trip to the pits, but the Williams driver had a slow stop which allowed the Australian to come out ahead of him.
Even though Massa regained the lead when both Mercedes drivers suffered problems with their brakes, he came out behind the leading group when he stopped for fresh tyres a second time.
"Honestly, I was the quickest car on the track most of the time. Not with the supersoft - on that tyre, I had a similar pace to [team-mate] Valtteri...
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