I believe Massa would have a very tough time. He says he was just visiting, but I’m sure it was more than that. http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/99271
If Rubens is mid pack in IndyCar (running the preferred power plant), Massa is near the bottom of the grid.
If it was more than just “visiting”, I can’t blame him. If Ferrari let him go and he can’t get a drive with a decent team, I wouldn’t blame him for trying IndyCar. If he does, he may not dominate but I think he would do okay. He would at least have more time to get to grips with it than Rubens will.
These cars are much different than Formula 1 so Rubens is taking some time to adjust. No tire warmers, no power steering, they may be open wheel but they’re a completely different animal.
Massa would be welcomed with open arms to Indycar if he decided to make the move over. I would be excited for one!
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