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Ferrari: We have a lot of confidence in Massa

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Felipe Massa force out from the German Grand Prix, following the spin his Ferrari at start/stop strait line, and also last four grands prix Massa struggled due to the crash series.

But currently Ferrari highly expecting that Felipe Massa will soon secure the results in upcoming race and it’s proves his talent.

Last season the Brazilian signed a one-year contract, but his sequence error costing Ferrari potentially vital constructors’ championship points

“Felipe is fully aware he can count on our total confidence in him,” Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo told the official Ferrari website.

“I hope he will soon secure the results that will show his talent to the full, such as the great starts he pulled off at the last two Grands Prix. The future? We will talk about that further down the line as there’s no hurry.”

Team principal Stefano Domenicali is also still supporting Massa, ”I always said that we have a lot of confidence in Felipe. I know this is a very critical, very tough moment because he is the first to be disappointed.”

“The only thing to do is to stay always behind him and work hard with him because we need him to make sure we are fighting for the constructors’ championship.”

Felipe Massa said, “I was here in Maranello for a day (Wednesday) at the simulator, as is the norm during the season. I was very pleased to meet the President: his passion and his will to win are always contagious and stimulating!”

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