F1 » Vettel surprised by Massa struggle


Sebastian Vettel says he is surprised that Felipe Massa is struggling to secure his Ferrari future

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SpeedD - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 11:03 AM

Before Bieber speaks his mind he says 'I really like Felipe as a person' a hint that whatever he will say will not be very objective. therefoe not surprising this sounds like payback for Alnoso's earlier comments. Unlike Bieber, Alonso is purely objective when analyzing status quo.

SpeedD - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 1:44 PM

Of course there was a bit of mind games at play but fact is Alonso is more pragmatic, so at the time he was giving an objective assessment, it was not about whether he likes Lewis. Bieber seems to thrive from pole position and 2012 has not been too kind on him regarding that so any one would have said is not much of a threat. If he gets more pole positions then i guess he will take the title. But also remember, should Lewis be out of the title chase and its btn FA and SV, who do u think he will defend against the hardest?

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