NEW DELHI - Ferrari driver Felipe Massa says it's up to Lewis Hamilton to clear the air between the two after they collided yet again in Sunday's Formula One Indian Grand Prix.
The two have crashed into each other in three of the past four races. This time Massa was the guilty party and was handed a drive-through penalty from race stewards, even though he insisted he did nothing wrong.
The pair exchanged angry words after crashing in Singapore and had not talked until before the race Sunday when Hamilton stood beside Massa during a minute's silence then wished the Brazilian good luck.
Massa said that counted for little, and said there will be "nothing from me" to mend fences, leaving it up to the Briton to make the first approach.