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kals wrote:mikhailv wrote:kals wrote:How about Massa put the past behind him and move on? Singapore wasn't the race that cost Massa the title. Massa threw it off the road himself in Australia and then Malaysia, perhaps he should be talking to himself about those races before he ever discusses Singapore with Symonds.
If Massa didn't use DC a pinball or spin out of the lead on his own accord, if he didnt spin Hamilton in Japan, if he performed better at Monza and if Ferrari mechanics didnt screw the pit stop up, he would've won. Especially as Hamilton had some monumental feck ups and deserved penalties all year long.
Now Massa is coming out with his suspicions that Alonso was part of the plan for the crash in singapore. Will the imbecile ever move on? I dont remember the crash causing Ferrari's to screw up a pit stop nor remembering the crash causing the lollypop to go up with the fuel hose attached...
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2014/01/09/m ... gate-plan/
Chilton could score points especially as Marussia are using the Ferrari engine. If the Merc engine explodes in minuets on full power, Renault/redbull are still wanting a further weeks delay to the first test yet Ferrari seem really confident, then Marussia could be in with a shot.
phil1993 wrote:Tony Fernandes says that they're getting close to announcing the Caterham line-up. Sounds like deals are done.
I really hope that Kobayashi nailed a seat with Caterham because he has an exceptional talent and could be a huge benifit to the team .
GET WELL SOON SCHUMI