I May Be Wrong

I may be wrong about Kimi Raikkonen and Filipe Massa.  Massa may be the one with the drive and guts to win the championship and Raikkonen may be the one who is timid and shy of risk-taking to the point of losing.
Massa: Massa was on it throughout the weekend in Bahrain and led practically from start-to-finish after starting from pole. Furthermore despite coming under pressure from Lewis Hamilton early on and towards the end, the Brazilian kept his cool, setting the fastest lap of the race near the end, en-route to the third win of his career. "A great result and it's nice that we now have a long break during which I can enjoy thinking about it," he noted.  "After the first two races did not go so well for me, we put everything together today.  The team did a great job today in terms of the strategy and the car set-up and everything else.  But I will dedicate this win to my girlfriend Raffaela who has had to be very patient with me this weekend!
"Raikkonen: The Finn, who started from third on grid, lost out to McLaren's Fernando Alonso at the start and after that was never in a position to challenge his team-mate, Felipe Massa for the win or to be able to go after Lewis Hamilton and try and take second.Indeed while he overtook Alonso in the first pit stops he was unable to make any more progress and had to settle for the final place on the podium. "I am happy with these six points, but I can't be completely satisfied with this result," he reflected.  "At the start, I think I made a small mistake but I was still in a position where I could try and overtake Lewis, but in the end I lost a place to Alonso and spent all of the first stint right behind him, with no chance of getting by.
Thanks to Yahoo for both quotes.