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Massa: There will be more sideways this year

Felipe Massa reckons that race fans could be in for a more spectacular F1 this season as teams and drivers come to terms with the latest round of technical changes.Having topped the timesheets on the final day of the Jerez group test, the Brazilian was naturally delighted with his first taste of the revised rulebook, but admitted that there were still a lot of things to learn, both from the new cars and the best way of driving them.Massa was spotted 'getting the tail out' through the chicane during his two days in Williams' new FW36, and revealed that it wasn't just down to the fact that the track was damp.“There will be a lot of sideways this year!” he exclaimed to Crash.net, “I...
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