Felipe Massa believes that he can “bring a lot” to any team that he signs for in 2014.
Massa is currently out of contract at the end of the season, having been replaced at Ferrari by Kimi Raikkonen.
Massa has raced for Ferrari since 2006 and reckons that this experience can be a valuable asset for any team.
“I think my experience matters more,” Massa said. “Everyone knows what I can bring to a team, especially at a time when everything will start from zero with new rules and I think I can bring a lot to a team.”
Massa added that he will be aggressive during his final five races with Ferrari.
“I will take an aggressive approach.” he said.
“I did that in the last race, but unfortunately it didn’t pay off as I spun. But you need to take risks and I will keep trying.”
Massa also voiced his concern that Formula 1 in 2014 could become focused on saving fuel.
“Yes, it could be very frustrating to have to save fuel. Everything will be different, from the way you have to drive, the way you race and manage the car and how you use the fuel.”
“I just hope it can be interesting to watch for the spectators and viewers and that it can also be interesting for the drivers. But we shouldn’t complain about something before we know how it’s going to be.”