F1 » Massa pleased to bounce back in Montreal


Felipe Massa was more like his usual cheerful self, after overcoming a poor qualifying performance to finish in the points in Canada.

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LJ

June 11, 2013 3:51 AM

I like Felipe, but if he was a few years older he would have been replaced already. His results are very average for somebody in his priveledged position.

The problem is Ferrari seem to scared to replace him, fear of the unknown. They want somebody young whos fast, but at the same time they don't want somebody who is inexperienced. Everyone expects Hulkenberg to goto Ferrari in the next year or two, but if he fails to even come close to what Kobayashi & Perez acheived at Sauber, why should he be viewed in a better light?

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