Felipe Massa has revealed he also has an eye on a race seat at McLaren.
The Brazilian told the broadcaster O Globo that he will not be playing a supportive role for Ferrari 'number 1' Fernando Alonso for the balance of his career with the fabled Italian team.
"No, I won't be doing that," said the 32-year-old, who has been told he is being replaced by former teammate Kimi Raikkonen after November's 2013 finale.
"I'm going to attack," Massa promised.
He is hoping that attack is the springboard to another top car, having already ruled out continuing his career with a back-of-the-grid team.
"We're negotiating with Lotus and it's going well," said Massa. "They...
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