The Canadian Grand Prix stewards decided to take no action over the collision between Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa in the closing stages of the race.
Massa’s race engineer Rob Smedley claimed Schumacher had caused a collision by braking too early for the final chicane. Massa drew alongside the Mercedes and lost his front wing as the pair made contact.
The stewards’ report said:
After hearing the explanation of both competitors’ representatives and the drivers [we] decided that the incident requires no further action.
Massa, however, was given a 20-second time penalty for speeding in the pit lane in his subsequent pit stop.
Two other drivers received reprimands for incidents during the race.
Robert Kubica was reprimanded for weaving around Adrian Sutil at speed on his way into the pits.
And Jaime Alguersuari was reprimanded for a collision with Rubens Barrichello, which caused Barrichello to pit for a new front wing.
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