The accident triggered a Virtual Safety Car (VSC) period that assisted Briton Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who pitted for medium tyres and then went on to win the race.
Vandoorne started last at the Circuit de Catalunya, after a 10-place penalty for power unit changes, and retired with a broken suspension after making contact with Massa's vehicle half way through the race.
It was Massa's second incident with a McLaren in the Spanish GP after an opening-lap run-in with Fernando Alonso - which had left the Williams driver having to pit for a puncture.
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However Ms Rudd was accused of "wild complacency" over her response and many questioned why Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt had remained quiet during the crisis.
Stoffel Vandoorne will receive a three-place grid penalty at the Monaco Grand Prix after banging wheels with Felipe Massa during the Spanish Grand Prix.
This brings his total up to three, as he'd picked up his first penalty point during the Russian GP for not rejoining correctly after running off-track at Turn 2.
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