I guess it's SPEEDTV so the credibility could be determined by integrating the square root of sin3(x9+ln|ln|ln|arctan(3x)|||) from 13π/6 (that's pi, stupid font is stupid) to 13π/6, BUT...
So, reading that, it's safe to say that...
1. Either Kubica doesn't have a contract with Ferrari because he doesn't deserve one/Alonso doesn't want him to have one
2. Kubica has a contract with Ferrari and Ferrari know you know so they'll tell you they don't and are using Massa as a tool because Massa has agreed to be forced into retirement and will be driving for Mercedes in 3 years time, though Mercedes will by then have become Lada because once Lada owns one team, they'll have to own every team. It's for the greater good.
not Ross Brawn said:
Right, Felipe's the driver of the future. He's 28 years old and, despite having proven he could regularly beat Kimi regardless of how pretty he looked doing it, has been promoted to Alonso's bitch for 2010 (and has outscored him, of course, which is kind of funny though it's too early to say he'll stay there, because he won't. I told you Vettel would be WDC in 2010 and you know it's true). I'm not sure I can do anything but laugh at Felipe being a "driver for the future." I love the guy, and I desperately want him to be WDC, but...Ferrari have made him a number two for a reason. If Ferrari ever really felt he were ever a driver of the future, they wouldn't have needed to spend all the money on Kimi and Fernando to do the winning as Felipe, being "as good as any other in the field," could beat them, right?
Don't take my post as a "Felipe's incompetent" one, because that's overdone and silly. I think Felipe's actually a solid driver. But I have a hard time believing Ferrari feel the same way. Stefano's quotes really aren't in line with the way the team's been run. They backed Kimi in 2007 even when Felipe was ahead in points; right call? Well, they won, so sure. 2008 and 2009...Massa delivered, but for 2010, they signed on a guy to beat him and orchestrated an overtake in the first corner at Bahrain because they had no faith in Massa.
I'm not saying Massa shouldn't be retained; I see no reason not to keep him. I'm not really saying he should be number one on his team, either. All I'm saying is that I really struggle to believe Ferrari actually care for his driving, which leads me to believe the following:
Ferrari are full of horse crap and have signed Kubica for 2011 and beyond.