Felipe Massa aiming in any case a top ten finishes on Sunday’s Malaysian GP, having qualified position 21st. Among his Ferrari team and McLaren timing their runs mistaken, viewers are promised an exciting day on Sunday. Subsequent last weekend’s Melbourne, in which the likes of Alonso, Hamilton and Schumacher were enforced to come through the field as best as potential, the same is expected again in Malaysia as Formula 1 is presented with a highly exhilarating grid.
Definitely not the right starts and we made the same mistake together, the whole team together,” Massa, who started from pole at Sepang in 2007 and 2008, told the BBC. “The rain stopped and we planned to go out but then after a while the rain started heavily, so it was definitely a wrong decision.
“We need to try and score points and that’s what we’re looking for.”