Oct.28 (GMM) Felipe Massa has rejected claims he might resort to hostile tactics in his championship showdown with McLaren's Lewis Hamilton this weekend.
The Ferrari driver was accused by Hamilton of crashing into him "deliberately" in Japan earlier this month.Former team owner Eddie Jordan, meanwhile, recently advised 23-year-old Hamilton to "take him out" should the Brazilian employ similar tactics at Interlagos."Playing dirty has never been part of my game," Massa, 27, said in his native Sao Paulo. "I don't want anything to do with it."He insists that while winning Sunday's race is his focus, winning the title at all costs is not."The only thing on my mind is winning the race. The rest does not depend on me. If I am champion, it will be a dream come true. If not, that's ok, I will try again next year," said Massa.