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Romain Grosjean Disappointed Max Verstappen Hasn’t Apologised for Monaco Crash

MONTREAL — Discussion (and disagreement) over the Romain Grosjean-Max Verstappen crash at the Monaco Grand Prix has spilled over into the Montreal paddock this week. At the FIA press conference on Thursday morning, Felipe Massa reiterated the criticism he expressed for Verstappen after the Monaco race, saying it was correct that the young Dutchman was penalised for hitting the back of Grosjean's car. Verstappen did not agree—unsurprisingly, considering his post-Monaco assertion to NBC's Will Buxton that Grosjean brake-tested him. "Well, everybody can have their opinion, that's the first thing, but I looked at my data, I didn't brake any later," Verstappen responded in the press conference. The FIA sided with Grosjean and Lotus a...

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