Let's be honest, Felipe Massa needed to go but that doesn't mean he's going to go quietly. The Brazilian 'nice guy' is facing down the barrel of a dying career and if he has any chances of wooing potential suitors, he'd better pull a second-half comeback like he did in 2012.
To that point, Massa told Globo TV that he's driving for himself from here on out and his teammate Fernando Alonso can fend for himself.
'I will not race for Alonso from now on,' Massa told Brazil's TV Globo.
'Right from Friday at Singapore I'll be working for myself. I will attack all the time, every lap. It's come the time to look after myself.'
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