F1 » Massa: Istanbul is a special track for me


Under-fire Felipe Massa is hoping to revisit previous Turkish delight when he lines up for Ferrari's 800th world championship race this weekend.

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cmc1 - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 7:02 AM

3 wins from 5 starts is a great platform for any driver.
A win for Massa at Istanbul would be something else. Although unfortunately unlikely. If nothing else, just beat your team mate. Convincingly.

blzbub

May 27, 2010 7:51 AM

Alonso has already beaten him in Bahrain, the other circuit Felipe owned, why will Turkey be any different, saying the right thing and being nice isnt going to change , Raikkonen got his title and perhaps lost some hunger, Alonso though is always hungry.

Taz - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 9:33 AM

Think Massa's head is down, probably already knows he's out despite his Manager says he should be there next year.

I'd like to see him get one over Teflonso but Teflonso is at the top of his game in many respects so I'd put my money on him, hope I'm wrong though, nice guy Massa...but nice guys rarely end up been F1 champions.

Ashgray - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 9:36 AM

I wouldn't bother to much if i were you Felipe.falonso has got ferrari right were he wants them and your for the chop at the end of this season whatever you do.
why risk everything for a team that doesn't want you anymore,save it for a team that does want you next year then stuff it to ferrari.

wang - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 10:42 AM

Well, if you manage to get the knives out of your back...it had want to be real special, given the stink coming out of Ferrari...Leave this pack of hyenas for what they do best...eat there selves from within..oh, and I almost forgot...they lie a lot too.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 11:03 AM

All this talk about The Great Alfonso ignores the fact that he has had a mixed season so far. It's not a long distance race this, he isn't deliberately finishing off the podium to be stronger later in the season, he is fallible (as well as a feisty racer) as we saw in Monaco. As far as I know the crash was HIS FAULT, so he deserved the race result he got. Politics aside, FA/PM are a very similar 'hare and tortoise' pairing just like LH/JB at MaLaren (and to a lesser extent SV/MW at Red Bull, although not recently....).

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