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Unfazed Magnussen shrugs off Massa complaints

Kevin Magnussen has dismissed Felipe Massa's assertion that he was to blame for the first turn accident at Hockenheim, pointing out that he was not at fault in the eyes of the stewards. Massa came off worst in the clash between the two drivers at the start of the German Grand Prix, his Williams tipped into a roll after the pair made contact on the apex of the tightening first turn. Branding the rookie McLaren-Mercedes driver as 'aggressive' at the time, Massa was remaining firm in blame for Magnussen ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, declaring his frustration at the revelation that it was in fact himself who was investigated by the FIA for being at fault. Magnussen, on the other hand, was...
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