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July 03, 2015 12:18 AM

F1 » Kimi isn’t really an ‘Iceman’, says Massa

I strongly agree with Massa. If there ever was an 'Iceman' at Ferrari, it was Niki Lauda back in his day in the 70's. WC in '75, then in '76 (after that horror crash at Nurburgring) had the guts to call it quits in Japan effectively handing the title to Hunt on a plate. Lauda did not pretend it was a "mechanical failure" as Ferrari wanted but that he quit cos it was too dangerous. Than back in '77 to win for Ferrari again. Lauda is a true 'Iceman' still to this day.

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