I think Massa has been improving, and should stay put.donskar wrote:I hope is does NOT rain. I want to see a pure head-to-head race ON THE TRACK. I think it will be Alonso, Vettel, Button, Webber, and Hamilton battling at the at the end. And tifosi will increasingly be asking, "Who replaces Massa next year?"
It begs the question (at least to me) Does F1 have the balls to actually run one race without a DRS zone? The DRS zone has worked out well this season, but they don't need one at Spa, but I already know the answer to that question.Petroltorque wrote:One would hope that common sense prevails and the DRS is on the pit straight allowing the attacking driver to tuck up under the gearbox into La Source. There are more than enough opportunities throughout the lap with the level of tyre deg around a 4 mile lap.