F1 » Massa in no mood to mend fences


Felipe Massa continues to believe that he is owed an apology from Lewis Hamilton for their various altercations in Singapore.

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notsoawesome - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 7:25 AM

Hamilton is a little brat, the team need to manage him better and not just put cream over his agressive manuevers that have screwed up other's racing. but above all the worst part is that he doesnt even have the curtecy to apologize. very unprofessional from a f1 driver

Adey - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 8:38 AM
Last Edited 1089 days ago

Massa is slow and Hamilton is quick, that's the problem. If Massa wants to play with the big boys then he'd better grow up a bit and learn how to move on. But he never has since he lost the World Championship against Hamilton by 1 point.

Yes, he has made a number of mistakes this year, but as Rubens said: most drivers do, but his have been under the spotlight. And boy has he paid the price for them this year.

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Poster attack removed.

Keep on trying Lewis - you are one of the few drivers that make F1 worth watching.

Nick636

October 07, 2011 8:55 AM

Doesn't help if you're quick but can't put down clean passes.
Don't get me wrong, I was a big Hami fan at one stage, but his attitude and failure to grow and learn and act like a driver who's not in his rookie season has put me off.

Please grow up and get back to where you were once.

@ Adey

Illiterate? Seriously? What does literacy have to do with it?

Nick636

October 07, 2011 9:26 AM
Last Edited 1089 days ago

My argument was intelligent (I'd even argue that it was almost witty...)

Were you not literate enough to see that?

This is a sport where drivers are paid to drive, thus making them PROFESSIONAL drivers. Not celebrities (though that inevitably happens), not movie stars. Hence they should behave as such, PROFESSIONALS. If you have, once again, ploughed kamikazi style into an opponent, ruining their race, have the decency to apologise. Sport should be a place for gentlemanly conduct. Even boxers apologise to each other for an accidental low blow...

Don't think coherent is the correct word to describe an argument by the way. What should it cohere to captain literacy?

Rick B

October 07, 2011 9:33 AM
Last Edited 1089 days ago

If you can't get yourself to say "sorry" after you've made a mistake, your problems have nothing to do with being a racing driver or your style of racing.

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MikeG - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 9:49 AM

Massa needs to just forget about it and move on. Racing is all about the next corner and the next lap, not about thinking about your opposition. That way you just get rattled. Apologising is not necessary in racing and neither is keeping score.

jdP - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 9:50 AM

Has anyone at Ferrari said sorry to Lewis or McLaren for telling their driver to destroy Lewis's race, Ferrari show intent to spoil Lewis just races.

Josh - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 9:56 AM
Last Edited 1089 days ago

Time to call it a day Massa, you will never win a Grand Prix in the red car


Your own team will see to that.........I suspect that is Massa's real torment not Lewis, he uses Lewis to vent his frustration

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