F1 » Massa 'optimistic' returning to scene of personal 'victory'


Two years ago, it looked like the Hungaroring might have marked the end of Felipe Massa's F1 career. This weekend, it could just be set to rev the Ferrari star's 2011 campaign firmly into life...

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nath - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 4:12 PM

I remember back to Spain 07 I think when you took pole away from Hamilton in the dieing seconds against all odds something you use to do very often.. or your first ever qualifying session almost taking pole away from Schuey in 06..

The real Felipe Massa please stand up..

He needs poduims this year and a lot to keep his drive

Jay - Unregistered

July 29, 2011 10:26 AM

there's just something missing... I'm not saying Massa is crap and the ferrari is an awesome car and he's not able to use its full potential blah blah... and neither am I saying that its Ferrari that is not supporting him... but
Ferrari have to get him back coz you can't blame the guy for not being able to get full motivation when you know you're not gonna be let to take the lead.
I think what they both need is to sit down and build that trust back in each other...

Clacla - Unregistered

June 15, 2012 5:14 PM

I have not dreivn the 458 Italia but I have dreivn its predecessor, the 430 Scuderia which I thought at the time (2 years ago) was the best car I had ever dreivn by a rather wide margin. And keep in mind, I am not a Ferrari enthusiast and had never really given the brand too much thought prior to this. The 458 is supposed to be an order-of-magnitude better than the 430.No Cadillac I have ever dreivn has come close to giving that kind of driving experience and it seems highly unlikely the new V's, however fast they might be around the Nurburgring will match that. And besides, how many of you take the Nurburgring on your morning commute.

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