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Massa frustrated after picking up debris from Mercedes collision

Felipe Massa was left incredibly frustrated after the Belgian Grand Prix, which saw the Brazilian driver struggle way down in the midfield section of the order for the majority of the race after picking up debris following Hamilton and Rosberg’s collision on lap two. Despite frantic radio messages back to the team, the debris was not removed until his second pit-stop. After starting the race from ninth on the grid, Massa managed to gain a place during the opening two laps of the race with many expecting both the Brazilian and team-mate Bottas to quickly rise through the order. Whilst the Finn did just that, team-mate Massa instantly began to fall back through the midfield whilst also...
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