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Ferrari and Red Bull back in the hunt - Massa

Getty Images Enlarge Felipe Massa says the resurgence of Ferrari and Red Bull in Silverstone makes the loss of track time which followed his FP1 crash even more frustrating. Massa put his car in the wall on the exit of Stowe after the first half hour of FP1, getting out of shape and running onto the asphalt, missing the rest of the session as well as a significant chunk of FP2. Ferrari and Red Bull were both off the pace of Mercedes and Williams in Austria but appeared to have made significant gains on the latter in Silverstone, something Massa is concerned about. When asked if Williams could repeat its impressive Austria exploits, Massa said: "I think it will be more difficult on...
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