F1 » Massa: Ferrari Silverstone win not due to exhaust changes

Felipe Massa is adamant that Ferrari's step forward in performance at Silverstone that yielded the Scuderia's first victory of F1 2011 was not aided by the regulations - and that the progression can be maintained

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July 21, 2011 7:08 PM

blzbub. i think that ferrari have developed something that relies less on the blowing of the diffuser. during the silverstone shenanigans, ferrari kept totally out of the discussions, and made no comments either for or against the "ban". in other words, they werent worried too much, as they knew that they had some other improvement. whether or not it is good enough to hold off the bulls, we will only know on sunday.

baz.totally untrue, as webber ignored them and still couldnt pass seb, so he could not have caught alonso.

racy - Unregistered

July 21, 2011 7:26 PM

Richard agree, seb was too good at that point and time runnibg out. And folks, ferrari have been improving every race so a win in Britian did not suprise me, however, seems to have left a sour taste in the mouth of most British F1 fans. You fans should realize that one team, or even two teams, winning every single race hurts the sport in the long run. Whatever, back to work..

Taz - Unregistered

July 21, 2011 8:14 PM


I think you do the Silverstone fans a disservice, Alonso got a decent enough reception on the podium.

Not his biggest fan but I wasn't unhappy to see him win, I recognise talent when I see it.


July 21, 2011 9:03 PM

Richard i think you may be correct, i thimk newey said that ferrari would lose less due to a less efficient ebd. They have improved single lap pace and improved fast turn pace from somewhere though, weather permitting we may see a clearer picture this weakend

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