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I'd like to see Massa do better or see someone else there, but there are a few things working in his favour. First of all he's been there for about a decade if you count the Sauber years, he's well liked in the team and he makes no secret of the fact that he's willing to play ball and be a 2nd driver, especially at this point. He's a known quantity for the team, had his accident there and I'm sure the team also knows that his side of the garage doesn't receive as much tender love and care as FA's, which means in a closely contested season he'll suffer. If the team didn't take that into account he'd be long gone.
2nd there's also the other side. Sure, every driver wants to drive for Ferrari, but FA will be there till the end of 2016 and will expect to be nr1. A young driver coming in now would have to play 2nd fiddle for 4 years, likely crushing his carreer. If they keep Massa on however, a new driver can be brought in with the prospect of taking over from FA after a learning year (or