Felipe Massa insists he has the necessary speed to keep his seat at Ferrari beyond 2013.
The Italian team is openly considering replacing the Brazilian, who joined Ferrari as Michael Schumacher's teammate in 2006, at the end of the season.
The leading candidates are reportedly former team champion Kimi Raikkonen, the German hopeful Nico Hulkenberg, or perhaps even Jenson Button.
But 32-year-old Massa, who has ruled out clinging on to his F1 career at a small team, insists he has a strong chance of staying put.
"The situation last year was worse than this year," he told Brazil's Totalrace, "because my performance (in 2012) was well below what I could do.
"So it was much...
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