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Ferrari wants German F1 drivers for 2013



In 2012 Ferrari will evaluate Felipe Massa’s performance after the results is negative, they will select German drivers for the future Ferrari seat. Adrian Sutil and Nico Rosberg possibly will drive with Ferrari.

Recently Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has admitted that, the Brazilian Felipe Massa’s spot to be evaluated through the course of 2012, the fabled Italian marquee already has an eye on a couple of German drivers.

The German News paper Bild thinks Sutil is a contender, but Montezemolo also mentioned another of the former Force India driver’s countrymen by name.

“Clearly we are planning for the future,” Montezemolo told Bild.

“I like Rosberg, as a clear headed man and someone who is getting better and better.”

Auto Motor und Sport, presuming Montezemolo was referring to Sutil as well as Nico Hulkenberg, quotes the 64 year old adding: “There are two other good, young Germans.”

And what about Robert Kubica? – “He is also a possibility,” admitted Montezemolo. “We’ll have to see how he comes back from his accident.”

“Our problem is not the driver as in that area we have the best, we need a competitive car,” he insisted.

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