Felipe Massa insists he was beaten in Hungary only because his car was not up to par with his on-form Williams teammate Valtteri Bottas.
Right now, the big rising star of formula one is undoubtedly Finn Bottas, who is on a run of podium finishes and in Hungary is once again in the top three in qualifying.
Teammate Massa, once the long-time Ferrari star, is the best part of a full second behind around the Hungaroring.
But the Brazilian insists a comparison in Budapest is unfair, after a spate of incidents including his first-corner rollover crash just a week ago in Germany.
Massa is quoted by Auto Motor und Sport as saying the crashes have meant that, on the eve of the mid-season summer...
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