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Magnussen not interested in talking to Massa

Felipe Massa and Kevin Magnussen collided in Germany While Felipe Massa pointed a finger of blame at Kevin Magnussen in the wake of their spectacular collision on the first lap of the German Grand Prix, the McLaren driver kept quiet with regards to the incident, but in Budpaest he declared the matter done and dusted. Asked by journalists if he would discuss the incident with Massa, Magnussen reesponded, 'No, it's done. We are here in Hungary and not in Germany any more. It happened and it's good no-one got hurt, especially him because he was on his roof and it looked bad. The most important thing is he's all right.' 'Whoever was at fault is not really something I get in to. It's up to the...
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