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Smedley's Force India comments 'a bit out of order' - Head

The last-lap accident cost Williams a good result in Canada Getty Images Enlarge Williams co-founder Patrick Head believes Rob Smedley's criticism of Force India after Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez tangled at the Canadian Grand Prix was "a bit out of order". Smedley, Williams' head of vehicle performance, said Perez was to blame for the shunt and questioned whether the Force India should have been running after radio calls between driver and pit wall about the car's brakes. Smedley argued that Williams had ordered Valtteri Bottas to back off with brake issues in the same race and, in reference to Perez's Force India, said: "Why you leave a car out when you've got that sort...
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