Following a great deal of speculation as to whether Felipe Massa would return to Ferrari next season, the Scuderia has extended the Brazilian drivers contract through the 2012 season. And while Massa has been off the pace of his teammate, Fernando Alosno, in the opening races of the 2010 season, he did lead the Spaniard home during last weeks Turkish Grand Prix... [read more]

Following Ferrari's announcement, Massa had this to say:

"Throughout my entire Formula 1 career, I have always raced with an engine made in Maranello and it is a matter of pride for me to be able to continue working with a team that I regard as a second family."

Team principal Stefano Domenicali added:

"Felipe has been part of Ferrari for almost a decade and together with us, he has grown as a driver and as a man, going through some very difficult times as well as giving us moments of great happiness. We wanted to show proof of stability for the future, believing in the worth of a driver pairing that is without equal in terms of talent, speed and its ability to work together for the good of the team."

Massa first raced for Ferrari in 2006, having joined the team as a test driver three years earlier.

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Editorial: Justin W. Coffey

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