F1 » 'Stronger' Massa was one millimetre from blindness


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richard

September 09, 2009 11:05 AM

if he is "stronger than before", the others on the grid, better watch out. glad to see that he is apparently unaffected by the horrific acident. does anyone know if fia investigation has come up with any conclusion???

max plank - Unregistered

September 09, 2009 12:38 PM

I know its WAY to early to be talking about this...but next season is being set up 2be a cracking one!!

Massa coming back more determined than ever, Ferrari & Mclaren coming back with a vengence to rebuild their reputations as THE forces in F1, Hamilton with a new mindset, Alonso maybe in a red one, Brawn with money to build a new car, maybe with Rosberg behind the wheel, Force India moving up a gear & who knows what from the new teams??? Oh - and Newey improving the Red bull even more!!

And thats all before we even get to see what happens at the end of this season!!

To all those that said this year was gonna be the worst ever when button cleaned up at the begining...bahaaaaa!!!! :D :D :D

California Kid - Unregistered

September 09, 2009 2:22 PM

Well first off let me say thank God he's gonna be back stronger than before.

As for this season being boring, well up until the 8th race... It was boring. There was nothing that came to my mind that would've convinced me the season would turn up like this at the time. I'm glad it turn end up this way (Minus Massa's Hungaroring incident of course.)

Banditfan

September 09, 2009 3:16 PM

If he does indeed come back fully race ready, and with an attitude of managing risk better and looking towards the championship and beyond the next corner, he could indeed be a formidable force next year. I wish him well and hope for a good close season in 2010.

andrewm

September 09, 2009 7:05 PM

It's testament to Massa's character that he is able to come back to the sport which nearly cost him so much. I hope Ferrari really bounce back next year and give him the quality of car that he truely deserves.

It is also testament to the attitude of the Ferrari team that they have another injured driver and when they could easily give his race seat away they don't.

Massa for WDC in 2010! :)

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