Massa rumours 'boring', admits Domeni...

Massa rumours 'boring', admits Domenicali

There are 8 comments on the Crash story from Sep 25, 2010, titled Massa rumours 'boring', admits Domenicali. In it, Crash reports that:

Stefano Domenicali has dismissed suggestions that he may be about to replace Felipe Massa with either Mark Webber or Robert Kubica for next season.

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United States

#1 Sep 26, 2010
Stefano Domenicali you are boring.

Las Vegas, NV

#2 Sep 26, 2010
Im suprised Massa sign on with Ferrari for another 2 years as he has yet to win a championship with them. Plus he was told he was #1 driver of the team (that's how ferrari hooked him) but they play favoritism with Alonso. What's wrong with this picture also Massa's manager nicolas todt is not doing such a good job being manager
F1 Funatic

Blacklick, OH

#3 Sep 27, 2010
The focus of Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro is Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro and the winning of the F1 constructors championship. Alonso and Massa drive for Ferrari. If one or the other win a WDC it is because they drive for Ferrari. It's about Ferrari first and Ferrari's drivers second.


Since: Jul 08

Roswell, GA

#4 Sep 27, 2010
^ well said, tell these rookies how it is Funatic.. Forza Ferrari!!

Las Vegas, NV

#5 Sep 27, 2010
That's why NASCAR is more popular then F1 (here in the US of course)


Since: Jul 08

Roswell, GA

#6 Sep 27, 2010
creole wrote:
That's why NASCAR is more popular then F1 (here in the US of course)
eh well i think thats a very unfair statement. one hosts about 50 races a year in the USA. i would imagine the american public to be consumed by it all after 50 years. thats expected. while on the other hand at the moment F1 holds no races here yet. they are building a track in texas and they still air the races on speed. Im sure if the ratings were down they wouldnt show it in the US but thats slowly changing. the intrest in F1 is booming again the US, Russia and Asia are starting to jump in on the action. its obviously two different kinds of racing but with all due respect, F1 is far more challenging to a driver, team, and car. Sliding around in different circles gets old after 10 laps for me.. of course thats just my opinion. I understand your a nascar fan so im not trying to start the F1/Nascar battle. All to their own, but I do think F1 events here in the USA will be a sell out eventually. Indy has slowly gained intrest to the american public once again. So all hope is not lost for open wheel racing in america..

“Is that Banjo Music I hear ...”

Since: Jul 07

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#7 Sep 27, 2010
creole wrote:
That's why NASCAR is more popular then F1 (here in the US of course)
and 20 yrs behind in technology and class ... but you'd need at least one brain cell to understand that, and today it seems that your sneakers are using it .....

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Oct 1, 2010
this is what I'm talking about if this isn't team orders I don't know what it is, Felipe win for yourself!

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