F1 » Massa eager 'to continue for many years to come'


Ferrari star Felipe Massa has asserted that he is stronger for the experience he has gained during his decade in F1 to-date - and that he hopes to continue putting it to use 'for many years to come'

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blzbub

September 21, 2011 1:11 PM

Ferrari turn up in Singapore with an updated car, in a bid to overturn the 71 point defecit to McLaren in the constructors standings, they will need Felipe to perform well to have any chance of achieving the already tough task.

Aspirated and fated - Unregistered

September 21, 2011 1:55 PM

Several "older" drivers past their prime and several "younger" drivers that shouldn't even be in the elite motorcar car championship on the Earth. Sadly, F1 has become a mere shadow of what it once was :-( What exactly is a joke ?

jose - Unregistered

September 21, 2011 1:59 PM

Ferrari has the the right driver to hold the #2
position. His pace is not that far off Alonzo.
Reliable and safe, can at times show some real
race craft, far from a pushover. Nothing on the
horizon about replacing him. Ferrari has 2 drivers
that can produce, but the car is still a wee bit
off the pace..

Jose

Matt - Unregistered

September 21, 2011 2:01 PM

I agree with aspirated. There are several older drivers that are past their used by date and should leave or be sacked to make way for the younger drivers/new talents. There are also some younger drivers that should be replaced aswell. We are never gonna get good talent coming through if the seats are taken by people that are not gonna get anywhere. I understand new drivers are always a risk and dont have experience but that chance needs to be taken IMO.

slightlysideways

September 21, 2011 2:07 PM

It would be intersting to know how massa's career would have turned out if Glock didn't throw in the towel (or otherwise) on the lap lewis won his title. Then Lewis wouldn't have won any titles so far and Massa would be full of confidence, unlike now...

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