YEONGAM, South Korea, Oct 03, 2013 (AFP) - Dumped Ferrari driver Felipe Massa insisted Thursday that he has "some good opportunities" for next season following his high-profile axing. The famed Italian team last month announced a significant shake-up, saying it was getting rid of the Brazilian and replacing him with former world
champion Kimi Raikkonen, currently of Lotus. The Fernando Alonso-Raikkonen combination would arguably be the strongest pairing in the sport. "We talk with a few teams and I don't think it's the right time to speak about that," Massa, 32, told a press conference in the build-up to Sunday's
Korean Grand Prix. "I think...
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