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Suggest you go back and read my post to Richard.
Save you the trouble here it is.
I am not denying that Lewis was partially culpable in the events at the hairpin.
So i guess if the was that damaged, Massa would have known.
surely his responsibility therefore to access the situation and not put himself and the car in further jeopardy.
Lewis may have damaged the Ferrari, but he didn't wreck it.
Massa's "Red Mist" was the driving force to that end result."
That said. Who cares what Ferrari think happened or whom they blame. It happened. Domenicali is hardly going to apportion blame to his driver and Massa certainly would not admit to any fault of his own. Lewis got a . Case closed. History.