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Massa out Raikkonen in Ferrari for 2014 F1?

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Raikkonen. Alosno and Massa F1The reports is growing from Monza paddock, the F1 correspondent’s are reported that Kimi Raikkonen will join with Italian outfit for 2014 Formula 1.

Latest reports says that, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo will reportedly notify Felipe Massa that his post are no longer required in a personal meeting at Maranello on Wednesday.

Even as the German Bild reported that the delay of signing Raikkonen/Ferrari deal is as part of his management team, David Robertson, is in hospital with cancer.

“Let’s see what happens, yes, this race was important for my future, but it doesn’t mean that my only future can be (wearing) red. Massa told the Italian broadcaster Rai on Sunday.

“He (Montezemolo) will not announce anything without talking to me, for sure. I love Ferrari. But the other teams also know what I can do.” The Brazilian is also quoted by O Estado de S.Paulo

Finn Raikkonen responded about his latest reports.“I don’t know anything yet, once I know, I’ll tell you.”

Ferrari team Principal Stefano Domenicali is also admits that 2014 drivers line-up decision is tough one.

“This is something we want to take at the appropriate time, to make sure that we take the best decision for our team,” Domenicali said.

“I think the fact that we have not decided yet means we have to put all the elements on the table. We want to put all the considerations there before taking the right decision.

“We will announce and say something on that as soon as we have finalised it. It is not an easy decision for us.”

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