F1 » Massa: Every driver has his own style


Felipe Massa heads to this weekend's European Grand Prix bolstered not only by his own upturn in form, but also a fondness for the Valencia street circuit.

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Gorbachov - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 3:05 PM

some people were so fast to stone Massa for his poor performance and mind while being openly a second driver. now the same people are giving all the excuses possible to defend Button when he has the same status as Hamilton in Mclaren and we are talking about being lapped by Hamilton with same machinery! I love those double standards fanboyz who knows F1 as much as they know what their girlfriends are doing late at night at other man's house!

Crivelatti - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 3:27 PM

@sepatated you ain't a racing driver not even amateur and have very little knowledge about racing that's clear because if you knew a thing or to you wouldn't say that rubbish because as a driver you want the car to behave like you want you don't want to adapt because that means you will never be as fast as if you got the car to adapt to your stile. Now learn something IF you have to adapt to the car and your teammate doesn't have to that means he will be faster than you even if you improved your speed because the car will match his style and he'll always push a little more than you who are adapting!

cas - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 4:35 PM

The only thing Button enjoys more than driving is whinging he is a Brit don't forget, we love a good moan lol and since his accident Massa's slow, before it in the same machinery I don't think the gap to Alonso would have been as big -if there was any gap at all but I wouldn't call slow a driving style, I'd say he is a little cautious because unlike the rest of the grid he's had the worst modern f1 accident, something that genuinely could have killed him.

if I'm honest he's not the championship contender he once was, but thats not to say hes not a solid midfield runner

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 20, 2012 7:34 PM

He may get another year as it seems that Ferrari is sending a strong message today that they want Vettel. Either that or they are just messing with Red Bulls head. Either way it should boost the possibility of vettel getting a good raise from RedBull. So a win win for Seb.

separated

June 20, 2012 8:06 PM

I am no racing driver, but I do listen and watch racing drivers.

Do drivers race a car in wet weather the same way they do in the dry? No, they try and adapt, and the best ones will always adapt better than the others.

Mike - Unregistered

June 21, 2012 12:11 AM

What a bizarre article. Upturn in form? How does a 10th in Canada signal anything upturning? I suppose he did manage to finish the race without crashing into another car. Jolly good show Filipe!

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