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Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez Crash: Were Stewards Right to Punish Mexican?

When a group of cars is separated by less than a second for an extended period of time—as Sergio Perez, Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa were in the latter stages of Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix—a collision is almost inevitable in modern Formula One.  Perhaps it is because the safety standards of the sport are so high nowadays and therefore encourage drivers to take greater risks, placing their cars in positions that would have been unthinkable in previous eras. Perhaps it is due to the psyche of the modern F1 driver: his aggression, his recklessness, his clumsiness. Whatever it is down to, you just knew whilst watching Perez, Ricciardo, Vettel and Massa fight for the same piece of asphalt that at least o...

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