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Massa targets Alonso scalp for top five

Felipe Massa has conceded it may be too tough an ask to out-perform the Red Bulls in the Hungarian Grand Prix, but is confident both he and Williams Martini Racing team-mate Valtteri Bottas can get the better of Fernando Alonso and Ferrari. The Brazilian starts sixth at the Hungaroring alongside Fernando Alonso on the third row, Massa coming into the race seeking a solid result having been involved in accidents in the last two races. Suffering with traffic on his fastest Q3 lap, Massa concedes it is unlikely he would have managed much better since he is running an 'old' floor on his FW36 to replace one damaged in his Silverstone and Hockenheim smashes. “I did not do a good time in Q3 as...
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