This is F1Minute for the 19th May 2009.
Massa and Räikkönen are both feeling very positive ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, with Massa suggesting that it could be the turnaround Ferrari are waiting for and Räikkönen confident a podium could be theirs. Kimi says: “It will be very important to see how things go during the free practice session to see if we made up some ground also on this track, like it happened in Spain. Last year we were able to place both cars in the first row and it would be a dream to repeat that.” And Felipe says: “The Spanish Grand Prix left me with good feelings, it was a different race from the others. I believe in the team, so I still count on a comeback on our part, both in the constructors' and in the drivers' championship.”
Of course today Ferrari took to the courts in France against the FIA’s 2010 regulations. The hearing lasted an hour, and apparently we’re expecting a decision tomorrow afternoon. That isn’t counting for appeals, though, of course.
That’s it for today, please join me again tomorrow for another F1Minute.
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