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Boullier: Magnussen '100% blameless' for Massa crash

Getty Images Enlarge McLaren team principal Eric Boullier insists Felipe Massa was wrong to point the finger of blame for his first-lap crash at Hockenheim at Kevin Magnussen and says the FIA report backs up his opinion. After the race Massa said today's younger crop of drivers need to take it "a bit easier" and questioned the aggression of Magnussen, even though the rookie received no penalty for the incident. The official report into the incident confirms the race stewards were only investigating Massa's driving, something Boullier thinks the Brazilian needs to consider. "The stewards report related to Felipe's driving and nothing else," Boullier told journalists...
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