Williams Matrini speedy Felipe Massa has called on the governing body FIA for take action against on Caterham’s Kamui Kobayashi following the incident in the first corner exit in season-opening Australian Grand Prix. The Brazilian urged the FIA to take a tough proceed with Kobayashi.
“Somebody hit me massively, and it was really a shame as everything was under control for the start,” Massa told Autosport.
“I was really careful going to the line very safely, but every time Kamui is trying to do a start like that he will do the same. You cannot brake at 50 metres on a start like that.”
“I don’t see a difference between what happened to his start and what happened to Grosjean when he did a crazy start at Spa.”
“I hope they give a hard penalty because you cannot do that.”
Following Kobayashi admits the accident was completely his fault. “We struggled to get grip but definitely my mistake,” said the Caterham driver.