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Massa calls for cooler heads on young shoulders

Brazilian Felipe Massa has urged Formula One's younger drivers to calm down after he suffered another big collision in Sunday's German Grand Prix. The Williams driver had qualified third on the grid but failed to complete a lap after being pitched out at the first corner in a coming together with McLaren's Danish rookie Kevin Magnussen. Massa, whose car flipped and skidded along upside down before righting itself, blamed the Dane for the crash. "This is not the first time he was in an accident on the first lap. Most of the time these young drivers they want to win the race at the first corner," said the former Ferrari driver. "If you take most of the accidents that happen,...
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