MPH: Mark Hughes on...

MPH: Mark Hughes on...

The writing is on the wall for Felipe Massa's career at Ferrari – but that begs the question of who is quick enough to deserve the drive but would still accept playing second fiddle to Fernando Alonso?

Luca di Montezemolo's comments re Felipe Massa have a strange ring to them. Maybe it's the ringing of alarm bells.

The Ferrari boss was quoted as saying: "I have waited for Felipe with great perseverance in the last four races. I want a strong Massa who will shave points off the rivals. In Singapore he had some bad luck, but he is in good condition to win. Those who race for Ferrari don't race for themselves, but for the Ferrari team colours. One who wants to race for himself will have to face his team."

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