F1 » Massa: Accident changes nothing.

Felipe Massa has praised the support he received from Ferrari through his return to fitness - and insists that he can be competitive in 2010.

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January 15, 2010 1:27 PM

I really feel sorry for Massa, he lost the WDC because of cheating B's and whilst we cannot turn the clocks back it must still hurt. The cheating three should never be allowed back into F1


January 15, 2010 2:37 PM

If I had the choice of choosing Alonso or Massa for a night on the town, it would be Massa hands down. He is the better man even if he does have a hint of bitterness about singapore 2008.

But to drive a car quickly? Alonso all day.

T.A. - Unregistered

January 15, 2010 5:44 PM

Forza Massa ! Little guy with a big heart and big on courage and skill in the mould of Nuvolari ..hope you go all the way and claim the F1 crown in 2010 , nobody deserves it more , he can be as fast as Alonso or Schumi without having their character flaws..

andrew mac

January 15, 2010 5:45 PM
Last Edited 2216 days ago

He should have been WDC in 2008 but a silver Ferrari was given the championship in the end in part by Ferrari mistakes. Why McLaren were not excluded for that year still boggles the mind 2 years on. But history can't be changed.

I really hope he is on it and Ferrari support him right from the start. If Ferrari don't treat him as their No. 1 driver they will definately have no chance in 2010. Alfonso will drag them into the mire with another controversy and mire anything Ferrari may win.

He was able to race Schumacher close so should have no problems with Alfonso.

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