Williams Martini Racing
Felipe Massa is anticipating a tough challenge in today's Monaco Grand Prix as the Brazilian attempts to score points from a lowly grid slot.
Massa was unable to take part in Q2 after being involved in a collision with Marcus Ericsson in Q1, for which the Swede was penalised.
"We are in Monaco, many things can happen but it’s not great to start from the back anyway," Massa said.
"Definitely I want a good start and we need to try different things than the other cars, to see if it works. We are in 16th, it’s not so much to lose I would say. Maybe you can try one stop, maybe most of the cars are going to do two stops. But we don’t know if we can do...
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