Felipe Massa on Saturday morning showed he is serious about winning a fourth consecutive Turkish grand prix.

Felipe Massa on Saturday morning showed he is serious about winning a fourth consecutive Turkish grand prix.

The Brazilian driver took his Ferrari to the top of the final pre-qualifying practice session at Istanbul Park, ahead of three Toyota-powered cars in the form of Jarno Trulli, Timo Glock and Williams' Kazuki Nakajima.

Tenth quickest was Sebastian Vettel, with a new Renault engine fitted to the rear of his Red Bull following his Friday problem.

The Brawns were sixth and seventh, again led by Rubens Barrichello, while Fernando Alonso was a perturbing 19th.

 

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