Ferrari have revealed that Felipe Massa will use a brand new chassis at this weekend's Canadian GP following his shunts in Monaco.
The Brazilian was involved in a heavy crash during Practice Three on Saturday morning and then suffered a carbon copy of the accident on lap 29 on the Sunday, which resulted in him being taken to the medical centre for treatment.
He has since been given the all-clear to race in Montreal while Ferrari have also confirmed that his second crash was due to an "element of the front left suspension breaking".
Massa, though, won't have to worry about that this weekend as he will have a new chassis at his disposal at the Gilles Villeneuve track.
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