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Magnussen unhappy with call to pit for mere front wing 'scratch'

An unhappy Kevin Magnussen was frustrated with the Canadian GP race control's decision to call him in for a mandatory front wing change follwoing a brush with Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap of the race. Magnussen, who had lined up a promising P5 on the grid, was dicing wheel-to-wheel with Hamilton's Mercedes amid the pack when a minor contact between the two damaged the front-wing right endplate on the Haas driver's VF-22. The US outfit's pitwall visually spotted the damage and told Magnussen to continue his race as normal. But race control deemed the broken endplate a safety hazard for other drivers and thus ordered the black-and orange flag to be deployed. Read also: F1i's Driver...
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