If it turns out to be Massa who loses his seat and Perez takes his place who amongst you thinks that it would be a really bad move for Perez? playing second fiddle is never a good idea for any driver how many times have Ferrari ruined a drivers career with their intra team policies?
I remember a young driver with great potential who's career was trashed by moving to Ferrari to soon, that driver being Jean Alesi.
Also will the young charger have any choice in the matter as he is with Ferrari's young drivers program?
Jean Alesi's problem was after 1 full season in F1 he suddenly became a wanted man after the big players - Senna, Prost and Mansell
Whoever his manager was ..did not realise the hot water he would land himself in by signing 3 contracts which were all binding Williams, Tyrell and Ferrari
Obviously he went with his head and chose Ferrari when everyone saw Prost " The master politician" manipulated the team into his own away from Mansell
It went to the CRB and it cost Ferrari £10m to sign him which probably would be about £30-£40m by today's standards to pay both his salary at £4m and the rest to compensate Williams and Tyrell
Rubens Barrichello was another spun by the dream of Ferrari when everyone again could not believe he was so stupid enough when it was clear during 1999 that Todt and Brawn did not want Irvine to win the title with Schumacher injured so what him believe things will be different
Now coming back to Perez a product of the Ferrari academy... it will not have gone unnoticed that both Hamilton and Vettel are products of youth development programmes at Mclaren and Red Bull
So do not be surprised if Ferrari take this route although they already have with Massa. Luca has been harbouring for Vettel which seems to have cooled after last year
I think there maybe some who want to see Kubica given a run before going for Perez