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Ferrari downplays the radio call to Felipe Massa in Singapore urging him to 'destroy' Lewis Hamilton's race

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Stevo - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 11:29 AM

We all understood when you said "Filipe Fernando is faster than you" we also understood "hold Hamilton as much as we can. Destroy his race as much as we can."

I could remember Ferrari's Michael Schumacher TRYING to wipe out Jacque Villeneuve or Parking in the middle ou the Monaco circuit

Oh please!!!

Kiko - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 11:45 AM

The actions of Felipe over the weekend were very different to the Felipe that acted with such dignity in 2008 when he thought for 20 seconds he was World Champion.

That day he was a class act. After the race at Singapore he was a desperate man who cannot stand the Ferrari heat.

Calvin _

October 04, 2011 11:47 AM

What utter tosh from Ferrari. The radio call the lap before had nothing to do with the incident? Perlease. The radio call planted the word "destroy" into FM's head. From that moment on, anything could have happened.

Matt - Unregistered

October 04, 2011 12:16 PM

The only way to confirm or deny anything here is to see the throttle and brake traces of Massa for the lap of the accident and the previous 6/7 laps. If he was the same pace as he had been every other lap, Hamilton simply made a racing error. If Massa had back off to slow down Hamilton, then Hamilton still mad a racing error, but Massa was a contributing factor and then Hamilton should not have been given a penalty.

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