Felipe Massa conducted a spectacular demo with a Ferrari F60 on the streets of Warsaw today, running 20 laps of a makeshift track.
The Brazilian also took the time to sum up Ferrari’s season so far, stressing that qualifying still needs to be improve.
“Overall, it’s been a positive start,” he said. “In some races we did very well, while in others, Bahrain for example, we had a few problems which cost us valuable points. We have seen an all-round improvement this year, from the car to the way the team works and we have shown we are competitive, but clearly we can still improve, especially in qualifying. We are well aware of this and working towards that goal.”
Regarding the next race he said: “I like the Monaco track a lot, partly because it’s my second home race, given I live there. You are always on the limit, very close to the barriers, with no room for error. Grid position is much more important than at any other track and so we hope we can do well right from Saturday. My aim is very simple, to always be in the fight for a podium finish.”