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Can't see that happening this season but if he keeps getting the results I can see him in that seat next year for certain.
Ferrari may already be in talks to replace Massa with Perez according to Perez's father:
Stay put for this season Chico and show the bosses you are the one they want. Otherwise you could end up as bunny caught in the headlights.
Nice thought - if he should go to Ferrari now, he will be number two - should he hold station and continue 'performing' (God, I hate that word) for the rest of the season, he might just get equal status.The difference is that Fisi was at the end of his career. A Ferrari drive would be a fantastic opportunity for Sergio. It is up to him to grab it with both hands and make the most of it, surely.
Think you're right Hammy - they won't let him go without a fight and why should they?Who would replace Perez at Sauber should their lose him? Can't see Massa taking a pay cut to go there. Gutierrez is still very inexperienced and should be focusing on GP2 this year. For me if i was Sauber i'd fight Ferrari tooth and nail to keep Perez.
Nice thought - if he should go to Ferrari now, he will be number two - should he hold station and continue 'performing' (God, I hate that word) for the rest of the season, he might just get equal status.
Ferrari are not renowned for having equal status drivers - they tend to work on the theory of stage coach driver and shotgun. It will take an extremely talented driver to oust Nando, so the more experience (although hasn't done Massa any good) and points a driver has, the better.Imagine turning up at Ferrari and continuing to perform, perhaps even outperforming Alonso. I think that would be the only way to ouste Fernando from his throne at Ferrari. What a challenge.
Challenge is irrelevant, in these terms - I'm sure they would just like to beat Nando fair and square