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Massa urges brake changes

Felipe Massa believes Williams should change its brake system if it wants to regularly be near the front of the grid. Last week's Belgian Grand Prix, at a circuit where Williams were expected to be near the front of the pack throughout, was something of a disaster for Massa, as the Brazilian qualified in ninth place in a wet qualifying session at Spa. Massa suffered from glazed brakes during the session and as a result, he has called on Williams to switch from Carbone Industrie to run Brembo pads and discs. "It's not the first time we had [glazing] this year," Massa told Autosport ahead of this week's Italian Grand Prix. "Normally the brakes we used in the conditions...
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