Felipe Massa says making it into the top 10 shoot-out was better than he expected, emphasising what a terrible race weekend it has been so far for the Scuderia.
The Brazilian managed to sneak in to the final qualifying session and will line up eighth on tomorrow's grid. After Friday practice, he was worried that Q3 would be out of reach but the pace exceeded his expectations.
Talking about his qualifying performance, the 32-year-old said: 'I am pleased with my qualifying and things went better than I’d expected. All weekend, we haven’t been competitive enough and after this morning’s free practice, I was worried I wouldn’t make it to Q3, but then, thanks to a lap where I got the...
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