Well - according to Sauber - one race does not make Kamui's seat safe: »uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/news/podi ··· 828.html
Massa - seems even Alonso says it would make sense for Massa to stay. But then who would replace either driver? Heiki would go to Ferrari in a heart beat. He is talented but probably slower than Alonso. Alonso's only fear I would think is if Ferrari really does get Vettel (after 2013) or a young guy who starts putting heat on him. At least with Massa, Alonso knows he is faster.
I would like to see the in car from Webber - while it did lok a good bit like a bozai move - gotta wonder if Webber really slowed down as Steve Machett mentioned on Speeds coverage.--
"It drops into your stomach like a Abrams's tank.... driven by Rosanne Barr..." A. Bourdain