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FIA confirm Perez responsible for shunt with Massa

Sergio Perez after his shunt in Montreal Stewards at the Austrian Grand Prix have upheld the five-place grid penalty given to Sergio Perez following his last lap collision with Felipe Massa in the Canadian Grand Prix. At Red Bull Ring both drivers spoke to the FIA for the first time since their high speed crash, after which both Perez and Massa underwent medical checks immediately after the incident in Montreal. After hearing both side the stewards confirmed that the Mexican was indeed to blame. Explanations from Perez and Massa were heard as part of the new evidence which included telemetry provided by Force India which prompted the governing body re-open the case. After the...
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