Felipe Massa said on Thursday he has no intention of letting Fernando Alonso go past him again if the two are fighting for the win at the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend.
"I will win," Massa said when asked about a possible repeat of last week's scenario at the German GP in Hockenheim.
Ferrari was fined $100,000 after Hockenheim when stewards determined that the Italian team had sent Massa radio messages instructing him to let Alonso take the lead from him on the 49th lap of the race. Massa seemed to comply and finished second while Alonso went on to win the race.
Massa, who suffered a season-ending crash here in 2009, said he would quit racing if he was considered a team's No. 2 driver.
"The time they say I am the No.