F1 » Massa pleased with top six


Felipe Massa pleased with a top six qualifying slot in Korea even if his lap 'wasn't perfect'

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khunlem - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 7:29 PM

Well,Massa has the perfect point of view, ferrari has the best car in terms of reliability, oz we ve seen in the past that Red Bull and Mclaren had issues with their car and they had to stop the car during the race.See,These cars might be quicker than ferrari. But then Ferrari has got the best car in terms of reliablity, Alonso is gonna be in the top three in the remaining races provided he does not get caught up in between the cars during the start. I am sure Alonso will be the champion this time, my wishes are always with the Ferrari team.

JJJ - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 2:00 AM

FA can't cut it. For all the manipulations and haughty behaviour, he secretely crumbles under the pressure and then throws temper tantrums when things go wrong, for instance when the team didn't radio Massa fast enough to let him by to his liking in Korea 2010, or when he couldn't pass Vitaly for the championship and last race, when he drove into Raikkonen.

He's gonna lose it again this year. Sadly it'll be to Vettel who is only slightly less douchy. Go Kimi.

Alex N. - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 4:08 AM

Massa was aiming for 6th LAST YEAR! Aim high, with that 2nd position on the podium, I thought you would be unhappy with the position you have since you qualified 11TH PLACE in Suzuka! Still though, good luck on race day fight with Alonso maybe?

Rod01 - Unregistered

October 15, 2012 1:27 PM

I dont think the number six was anything to do with the number six on his bonnet.

Mean while I beleive 'John Deere' might have a team going next year...and they were talent spotting in Korea.

There was a lot of talent to be spotted. What you might call 'raw talent'.

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