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Massa still believes Magnussen was at fault for Germany crash

Felipe Massa remains adamant that Kevin Magnussen was at fault for their first-lap collision at last weekend's German Grand Prix. The Brazilian collided with the Danish rookie at turn one, with the contact flipping Massa's car over. The FIA investigated the incident but chose to take no further action. 'I think he was a little bit too aggressive,' Massa said. 'There were two cars there that he had not even the line to make that corner so quickly because he was on the inside. 'At the end of the day, he lost also points because of that, so it’s not just me. For sure, I lost and it was a big loss, and I was very cautious on that corner. 'I even backed off for Valtteri to go in front. In my...
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