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GP Week : Issue 79
F1 NEWS >> after debut points score in China The day after the Chinese Grand Prix, a spokesperson said: "What happened yesterday with Fernando overtaking Felipe was just an episode in a race and it should be treated as such. Our drivers know how to behave on the track and they have shown it also this time." A day later, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo weighed in on the debate: "There is no dispute between Alonso and Massa, they know well what they have to do and will continue doing it, because they know that they are racing for Ferrari and not for themselves." Fernando and Felipe were also called upon on Tuesday to ensure the fans that all was rosy. Massa said: "As it happens quite often, there's always someone who wants to create some confusion. The situation between me and Fernando is the one it always has been and an overtaking manoeuvre won't change it for sure." Fernando added: "I'm surprised by what I've been told. I already said it in Shanghai: this episode is creating a stir just because it happened between two team-mates. If the other car would have been green or grey, we'd all be celebrating this manoeuvre, but instead we're just losing time with polemics, where there is nothing to say." ud after China pitlane kerfu e Boys will be boys -- no rift says, the team, the boss, and the drivers themselves. Do they protest too much? 7