Kimi Raikkonen’s podium finish could not soothe the pain caused by Massa’s disappointing exit from the Hungarian Grand Prix. Massa was leading the race for a long time and looked all set to win it. But it aint over till the fat lady sings, and so it happened. 3 laps from the end, Massa’s engine gave up and he parked his Ferrari alongside the pitwall. A disappointing result for such a good race. Heiki Kovalainen snatched victory then, with Timo Glock coming second in his Toyota.
Kimi Raikkonen was sympathetic for his teammate’s loss :
Felipe had a great race and demonstrated the potential we have. Unfortunately for him and for the Team he had to stop in the final stages of the race. That’s the ugly face of motor sports; and I’ve experienced that a couple of times myself in the past.
Sorry for the short review, but college is back in full swing again, it aint easy becoming a full fledged engineer 🙂