Canada – Massa’s upswing continues

Felipe Massa has endured a lot of criticism in the last 18 months. And perhaps deservedly so. His performance in 2011 fell far short of what was required, and the first few races of 2012 were much the same. But he may be coming right. Monaco was Massa's first competitive race of 2012. After qualifying... Continue Reading →

Ferrari should have known better

In a desperate and spectacularly unsuccessful attempt to win yesterday's Canadian Grand Prix, Ferrari tried to get one set of soft tyres to last 51 laps on Fernando Alonso's car. Alonso was running second when Lewis Hamilton pitted 20 laps from the end of the race. Hamilton had a slow pitstop, which could have played... Continue Reading →

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