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Magnussen '100% blameless' in Massa crash - Boullier

Kevin Magnussen was the innocent victim in the first corner crash during the German Grand Prix which took Felipe Massa out, according to McLaren's racing director Eric Boullier. After the clash, Massa blasted the young Danish driver, putting the blame on him despite the stewards taking no action over the incident. He was "too aggressive” according to Massa, who claimed "these young drivers they want to win the race at the first corner". Boullier though disagreed and said the stewards report backed Magnussen as the innocent driver. "The stewards report related to Felipe's driving and nothing else, Boullier said during a McLaren phone-in. "There was a driving...
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