F1 » Ferrari to decide Massa's future after Monza?


Felipe Massa faces a crucial two races in Belgium and Italy if he is to remain a Ferrari driver beyond this year

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sokudo

August 22, 2013 10:57 AM

Ferrari seem to be doing the same thing as last year and tbh they're going about it the wrong way. Massa may step up in these 2 races but it's his inconsistency this season that has been the real issue. Ferrari need that consistency to get anywhere near the Constructor's Championship.

barrington

August 22, 2013 11:51 AM

Looking at the standings all the drivers above Massa are of top quality. He has 4 world champions above him also Webber in a Red Bull and and Nico in an improving W04, so is he really under-performing?

Taipan

August 22, 2013 12:59 PM

Frustrated Fred, Massa has scored 36 points more this season not 60 odd!

Alonso is 31 points down on where he was going into Spa last season, but remember we've only had 10 races pre-Spa this year not the usual 11, thanks to the demise of Valencia.

Liam48

August 22, 2013 2:15 PM

I like Massa but it's time for some fresh blood in that prancing horse, I'd love to see the Hulk or di Resta there as I think they'll give Alonso a harder time than what Massa is currently doing.

Massa is currently out living his stay there!

tcrook21

August 22, 2013 4:26 PM

Bye, bye Massa. He just never came back from the head injury. Massa still has F1 talent, but not in a factory Ferrari. A car on the level has to be pushed by the driver, and that car is pushing Massa around. Also too many unforced crashes. Kimi, Hulk, or even DiResta should get a try for that seat. Sucks for Massa, but that injury devastated his career. See you in Sauber next year.

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