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Melbourne Grand Prix will be very hard – Felipe Massa

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Massa does not consider that Ferrari will get pleasure from such an effortless run to victory as the championship moves on to Australia in two weeks’ time. The Brazilian qualified and completed second in Bahrain this weekend but was approved on the first lap of the race by co-driver and ultimate winner Fernando Alonso. Following crashing in Hungary and pain a cracked head last year, Massa made a physically powerful return to the sport at Sakhir by finishing runner-up in the season-opening Grand Prix. Fine, I imagine that the next race will be very hard, spirited, the Paulista admitted. We saw today that we possibly. Have some other very strong teams.

We had actually, in fact strong Red Bull with two cars, so we possibly have a good car to battle, we have McLaren which can be there and can get better the car, maybe Mercedes, so maybe some surprises. We know that it will be hard. We too want to know the approach that we did in this race and in what direction the tyres will be and also try to understand the strategy – anywhere you can gain, where it’s harder. I believe it is hard to expect how the next track is going to be; it’s a very dissimilar circuit and layout to here but we need to gain skill from this race and try to know many things for the prospect.

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