In defence of Felipe Massa

In defence of Felipe Massa

Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa collided again in India. It was the sixth time this season, and this time the stewards deemed the Ferrari driver at fault. But Tony Dodgins doesn't agree, in fact he thinks the referee had a shocker!

As Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso waited to go out onto the Indian Grand Prix podium, the microphones picked up their chat.

"What happened to Lewis?" asked Jenson. Alonso, with what looked like the faintest of smiles, informed him that Hamilton had touched with Massa. Again.

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