Despite what many people say, I think Felipe did a very good job, similar to Mark Webber. He was part of a team that was built around another driver, and yet he managed to score and achieve. Yeah the pressure was horrific and he did have his down moments, but I don't think he was a bad choice or a bad driver at all.

He was a world champion for few seconds - bloody hell. Can anyone even imagine what kind of disappointment and mindfuck it is to lose it - I don't think we can.

Time will tell how two top drivers will work in one team. Perhaps, perhaps Alonso learns to stop whining, one of his features I dislike the most, and perhaps Ferrari learns to cope with two leading figures.

For Massa, I hope he finds a place in F1 - would rather see him than any of the slow-mos with deep pockets.