F1 » Massa: Good results key to future

Felipe Massa says strong results in the remainder of 2012 will decide his F1 future

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September 18, 2012 12:32 PM

Sorry Felipe, you're a lovely bloke and all, but half a season of good results won't erase the preceding 3-odd seasons of poor results. He would need to be on the podium at every remaining race, witha good portion of those being wins to be in with a chance.


September 18, 2012 1:04 PM
Last Edited 1324 days ago

Off Topic @@

I just read on OMNICORSE in the Italian news that Hamilton appears to be on his way to Mercedes for the huge sum of $75 millions for 3 years.

If he has managed to do that, Jose @@ , who are the dummies now,... he would call himself LULU? LULU? LULU? all the way to the bank.

I hope Massa stays at Ferrari

jose - Unregistered

September 18, 2012 1:37 PM

I'm a loss to understand your post..

If Lewis moves to Mercedes I hope Massa Get a shot at McLaren ..
Actually massa would be first on my list.
He will get a competitive car now as he did in he last race.
Alonzo will need his help..
Off to Lime Rock today, more fun I hope no rain this time..

The badman, Jose

gumby - Unregistered

September 18, 2012 4:58 PM

F1 drivers careers used to end due to injury. These musical chair proceedings are now the #1 reason behind drivers F1 careers coming to ends. Their are never a going out party for these guys who devoted their lives to the sport. Rug pulled out and dumped on the side of the road like trash. As Alonso sadly proclaimed, F1 is not a sport.

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