Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Massa: "I do not know when I go to compete"

The Ferrari driver Felipe Massa dismissed compete until age 40, but declined to predict when it will be on his retirement from Formula 1. "I do not think it's going to compete until age 40 (years), but still do not know what the limit for retirement," he said during the taping of the 'Revenue pra dois', to be broadcast Saturday on Channel Record News.

In an interview with the chef and host Edu Guedes, Massa stressed: "I do not know when I will compete, you have to feel the time (of withdrawal)."

"One project more years to get to imagine what to do, but what matters is the (year) next," said the pilot, the next Sunday in the Brazilian Grand Prix will complete 100 runs with the Ferrari team, it is part of the last six seasons.

However, Massa praised his compatriot Rubens Barrichello, of Williams, who at 39 still wants to stay active in the world championship. "Rubinho is the type that has expertise in Formula 1, has an incredible career, and sometimes people do not respect him. It is difficult. Brazilians are very hard, can recriminations, but not the way they do," said Massa.

In the last race of the season, Massa will wear a special helmet to mark the one hundred awards played with his current team in Formula 1, which reached the 2008 World subtitle and accumulated eleven wins, two of them in the circuit Interlagos (2006 and 2008).

During the recording of the culinary program, which prepared by the host fish macaroni, Massa would not comment on the term of his contract with Ferrari in 2012 and rumors are that the team will not renew.


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