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Massa questions FIA stewarding

Getty Images Enlarge Felipe Massa has suggested that the FIA needs to improve the quality of its stewards after they focused on whether he was to blame for his accident with Kevin Magnussen at the German Grand Prix. The stewards in Germany did not penalise either of the cars involved, but according to their report they looked at whether Massa turned in on Magnussen at Turn 1 rather than whether Magnussen put his car in a dangerous position. The report read: "The stewards took into account that this was the first turn of the first lap, cars 77 [Valtteri Bottas], 19 [Massa] and 20 [Magnussen] were entering Turn 1 and it appears the driver of car 19 was concentrating on car 77. There...
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