Massa form no flash in the pan

Massa form no flash in the pan

The Ferrari number two's recent run has made him look like an F1 frontrunner once more. Edd Straw looks at how the change came about and what it could mean for Alonso

The last time Felipe Massa outqualified his team-mate four times in a row, the world was a very different place.

Formula 1 cars still stopped for fuel, tyres had grooves in them, Michael Schumacher was a venerated first-time retiree, Sebastian Vettel had just one grand prix win to his name and the Brazilian himself was in the thick of a world championship fight that he came within a few seconds of winning.

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