Lilellatho wrote:Good to hear those things from Massa, although he is known to be hopeless optimist.
But Kimi seems to agree with the fact that the new car is a progress from last year, so it's a good sign. The main thing is reliability and again reliability, as this was their main problem last year, so it's good to see that the car resisted in all those long runs.
Every team and driver utter their car is better than the previous year. How could we know that it's the true story? At the begining of 2007, remember what Honda people were saying about their car! I don't believe Massa or Kimi would specify the weakness, if any, of F2008. So, I don't really care neither what they say nor the test results before the season starts in Melbourne.