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Massa positive despite incorrect tyre call

Getty Images Enlarge Felipe Massa believes Williams made the wrong call on its tyre strategy in Hungary but says it is a relief to put his recent misfortune behind him with a strong points finish. Massa ran as high as second in the race in Hungary after the two safety car periods but he soon dropped out of contention when Williams put him on the medium tyre, despite the majority of other teams choosing the softs. Asked if he would do the strategy differently if he could run the race again, Massa said: "I would, for sure yes. At least on the first stint to understand how long the tyres would stay on. For sure it was better to go on the option, definitely. "I had a much better run...
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