Suspension failure caused Massa crash
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Suspension failure caused Felipe Massa's Monaco Grand Prix crash at the weekend, Ferrari said on Tuesday. The Brazilian's race crash looked like a carbon copy of one he had in final practice which he said was caused by the front wheels locking after he braked and hit a bump on the pit straight before the Sainte Devote corner. Massa's car first hit the metal guardrail and was then pitched nose first into the energy-absorbing barriers.
Ferrari said Massa would need a few days' rest but was already preparing for next week's Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal and his presence there was not in doubt.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Star
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