Massa meanwhile, who was seriously injured when debris hit his helmet at the Hungarian Grand Prix back in 2009, also raised the possibility of a boycott.
“Our greatest concern revolves around safety, because even if I can't really tell what happened today, it's unacceptable having to drive knowing you are not safe. Even if, luckily, nothing serious happened, what we saw is very dangerous. I already had this problem twice before in Bahrain and if something isn't done about it as soon as possible, I am sure it will happen again,” the Brazilian warned.
“I am 100 per cent sure that every driver is complaining about today. I don't want to say that [we will boycott the race at the Nurburgring] because I don't want to create loads of problems but this is something that for our safety we can do.”
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