Felipe Massa has issued another word of caution to F1's young drivers, saying they need to realise they can't win races at the first corner.
For the second race in a row the Brazilian was forced to retire before the end of the opening lap after he was involved in a first-corner accident with Kevin Magnussen of McLaren in Germany on Sunday.
Although the stewards investigated the crash, they deemed it a racing incident and punished neither party, but the Williams driver was quick to blame the Danish rookie, claiming "I was in front, I was doing the corner in front of him".
It has since emerged that the stewards investigated Massa and not Magnussen for the accident, but the F1...
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