Felipe Massa remains open-minded about what he can achieve in the Monaco Grand Prix, despite having to start last due to his practice crash.
Ferrari made a huge effort to repair Massa's car after a heavy accident at Sainte Devote in the morning. But it ran out of time to get Massa out in Q1, leaving him 22nd on the grid.
"It is the worst track to have such a problem," Massa admitted, "but I think we need to remain positive and we will have to try everything we can for tomorrow. Monaco is difficult to overtake at, we know, but anything can happen."
The accident was put down to driver error, although Massa remained puzzled by how it unfolded.
"When I braked over the bump the car touched the floor and I locked both front wheels," he said. "It's not an easy thing to happen, normally you only lock one. And then I went into the wall – waiting for it to arrive was not a nice thing.
"I looked at the data, and honestly, when I braked I was in a gear lower than I was on Thursday. I locked both front tires and it was very strange that it happened."
He confirmed that he had not been injured in the incident.
"I feel a few pains in the muscles in my back, but I'm OK and it's nothing that a massage won't sort out," Massa said.