By Ubaid Parkar, 23 November 2012
|© AP Photo/Victor Caivano
Felipe Massa’s priority in front of his home crowd at the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend is to clinch a victory, hoping that he won’t have to assist his teammate Fernando Alonso in the title battle.
The optimistic Ferrari driver hasn’t won a race since the 2008 Brazilian GP but is hoping to turn his fortunes around on Sunday to end his drought.
“Well, first of all I’ll try to win a third time. That’s always the right direction to think about racing - always thinking about victory,” Massa said.
“Here is a very special place for me and I’m going to try to win and hopefully Fernando can finish second without any problems to win the championship,” he added.
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