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Bad luck masking true potential - Massa

Getty Images Enlarge Felipe Massa believes bad luck has masked his good form at the opening races of the season this year. Massa has scored 12 points in total, with two seventh place finishes in Malaysia and Bahrain, but a first lap accident in Australia and a botched pit stop in China have cost him two more points-scoring results. Massa believes he has been on top of his game since joining Williams but has been held back by events out of his control. "I feel I've started well, in terms of pace and in terms of everything, but I was not lucky," he said. "What happened in the first race was nothing to do with me, what happened in the last race was something in the pit stop...
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