F1 » Kate Walker: Massa-ve attack

In her latest exclusive column for Crash.net, Kate Walker looks at Felipe Massa's move to Williams for the 2014 season…

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Barrie Williams

November 13, 2013 9:38 AM

Well I have mocked Kate in the past for stating the bleeding obvious, but I have to say that for once she has told me something that I didn't know rather than just repeating something that I do know which is a habit that David Tremayne now seems to have fallen into,

George Zaidan

November 13, 2013 1:50 PM

Let's hope Williams pull off a surprise, Massa will be more than capable of pulling it off. Massa's target should not be just Alonso it should be the rest of the field, he drove the way he drove because of Ferrari not Alonso, just as every other No.2 driver has done in the past for Ferrari.


November 13, 2013 5:36 PM

So glad to see Kate Walker made her solo orbit around the moon, on her own power and without oxygen, truly a fete of extraordinary human endurance only exceeded by her journalistic prowess! Get off this hype of Kate every time she does an article!


November 14, 2013 6:30 AM

IMHO, this is a great relationship that is about to happen. Williams need an experienced driver to get the best out of the car (hopefully all that dev time Massa spent for Ferrari will be of good use). The potential $ Massa can bring helps as well. Massa is desperate to prove he still has his fangs. Throw in new 2014 regs + Pat Symonds and I think (and hope) this will be the surprise team in 2014.

I want to believe this combo will sneak in a win, if anything take a few podiums. Let the champagne rain!


November 16, 2013 10:40 PM

Chances are slim to none... but I'd love for Williams to pull a Brawn GP sort of miracle and give Massa a championship worthy car.
There's no doubt in my mind he can win it if given a decent car whilst not having to play second fiddle to anyone.

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