F1 » Ferrari: We knew it would be tough to clinch drivers' crown in Brazil

Arguably one of Ferrari's worst weekends of the F1 2010 campaign - being roundly beaten by Red Bull Racing on pace and with only one car finishing in the points in Brazil - the Scuderia nonetheless remains fully-focussed on drivers' title glory heading to Abu Dhabi

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November 08, 2010 6:13 PM
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No doubt FA gave everything of himself as usual, but What about Massa? Race after race (not speaking about Germany)and for one or another reason he can't get enough points to help his team mate and what can I say about helping to the constractor title.

May be I'm wrong but it seems that the scuderia is questioning Massa future and seeing FA season perphaps we'll see another driver in Ferrari sooner or later.

Rob01 - Unregistered

November 08, 2010 6:36 PM

I wonder if FA recent budding with Lewis is so Lewis doesn't throw a monkey wrench in Abu. Lewis could wreck FA's party with a finish ahead of FA. Although I don't think either Red or McL will qualify ahead of the Bulls. FA needs help that massa can't give.

NomiShah - Unregistered

November 08, 2010 8:44 PM

How many points has FA inherited by falling out of drivers ahead of him? He went from 3rd to 1st in Korea, an absolute abomination... and in Brazil he went from 5th to 3rd, (ok he overtook Hulk...). Then he went from 2nd to 1st in Germany courtesy Massa...Any more??

racy - Unregistered

November 08, 2010 9:10 PM

FA was held up early, that is ovious and Massa did nothing to help him, again ovious. Teamwork was not apparent to me in anyway when Massa pulled over for the Mcls. Did not even hold his line. DC would of held those boys back as long as possible to help a teamate. Have a feeling, contract or not, Massa may not be around next year at Ferrari. The Russian is quick and so is Hulk. Massa, I hear the IRL calling, they love Brazilians.

Paddles - Unregistered

November 08, 2010 10:19 PM

How much extra does Bernie pay for P1 in the driver's championship over P2? That Hockenheim fine could prove to be the best "investment" that the Scuderia have ever made .......... shame on the FIA.

Alonso is an absolute talent and deserves to win a championship fair and square, it's a pity that "fair and square" is not the Ferrari way.

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