F1 » Massa: A lot of unanswered questions still in Malaysia

Felipe Massa admits that the true F1 2011 pecking order is still very unknown arriving at Sepang for the Malaysian GP - but he does expect 'a completely different performance' from Ferrari.

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Undapakru - Unregistered

April 07, 2011 2:40 AM

I agree, Rob. As a neutral observer, these no-1 drivers are superior drivers. No question about it. But still folks want to make remarks that No-2 were not treated well etc Schumacher has won almost everything in F1, beating Rubens fair and square. But still people point to one incident when Rubens was asked to move over for a Schumi victory to say Rubens was not treated well at the team for all those years.

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