LONDON - Brazilian driver Felipe Massa is looking forward to Formula One's upcoming return to traditional high-speed circuits as a boost for himself and Ferrari. The 32-year-old, who has suffered a series of crashes in the races in Monaco and Canada, said he believed that tracks like Silverstone and the Nurburgring would help Ferrari close on leaders Red Bull in the constructors' championship. "I think Silverstone can be a bit better for us," explained Massa. "The car was very strong in Barcelona and in China. Montreal was a completely different track compared to where next we are going -- to Silverstone and Nurburgring, where you have a lot of lateral corners. There are a lot of medium and high-speed corners, so we will see. I think will be better on normal tracks." –AFP