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Felipe Massa

Felipe Massa, F1 driver


25 April 1981 (41)
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11 (4.1%)
41 (15.1%)
16 (5.9%)
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1167 (4.3 points per race avg)
937 (6.3%)
15 (5.5%)
42 (15.5%)
2002 Australian Grand Prix
2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2006 Turkish Grand Prix
2008 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Felipe Massa

Felipe Massa (Portuguese pronunciation: [fi?lipi ?mas?], born 25 April 1981) is a Brazilian Formula One racing driver who currently drives for Williams. Massa started his career in go-karting from the age of eight continuing in national and regional championships for seven years. He moved into Formula Chevrolet and claimed the championship. He moved in Italian Formula Renault in 2000 and won the title along with the European championship. Massa went into Euro Formula 3000 taking the championship.

Massa started his Formula One career with Sauber before joining Scuderia Ferrari as a test driver for 2003. He returned to Sauber for 2004 and 2005 before rejoining Ferrari where he won two races in 2006 including his home Grand Prix becoming the first Brazilian since Ayrton Senna to win the Brazilian Grand Prix. Massa won three races in 2007, finishing 4th in the Drivers' Championship. He finished second in the 2008 Drivers' World Championship after a long title battle with Lewis Hamilton. At the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix, Massa was injured by a suspension spring off the Brawn GP car of Rubens Barrichello. Massa was forced to miss the rest of the season but returned in 2010. Massa suffered a dip in form in 2011 scoring no podiums but consistently scoring points. Massa contributed to Ferrari's Constructors Championships in 2007 and 2008 and was under contract to race for the team until the end of the 2013 season. On 10 September 2013, he confirmed he would be leaving Ferrari at the end of the 2013 season. Massa replaced Pastor Maldonado alongside Valtteri Bottas at Williams from 2014.

Massa announced that he would retire from Formula One at the end of the 2016 season. However, upon the abrupt retirement of 2016 Formula One Champion Nico Rosberg, Massa returned to Williams for a one-year contract to partner rookie Lance Stroll, when Valtteri Bottas left Williams to fill the vacant seat at Mercedes. On 4 November 2017, Massa confirmed that he would be retiring from Formula One at the end of the 2017 season.

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2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017,

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teams & teammates Felipe Massa

season teammate
2002 Nick Heidfeld
Heinz-Harald Frentzen
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2004 Giancarlo Fisichella
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2005 Jacques Villeneuve
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2006 Michael Schumacher
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2007 Kimi Räikkönen
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2008 Kimi Räikkönen
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2009 Kimi Räikkönen
Luca Badoer
Giancarlo Fisichella
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2010 Fernando Alonso
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2011 Fernando Alonso
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2012 Fernando Alonso
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2013 Fernando Alonso
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2014 Valtteri Bottas
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2015 Valtteri Bottas
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2016 Valtteri Bottas
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2017 Lance Stroll
Paul di Resta
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Massa was struck on the crash helmet by the spring from the heave damper arrangement at the rear of Rubens Barichello?s BGP001. As the discarded black spring bounced along the track, Massa drove into it at high speed ??knocking him unconscious and causing him to crash head-on into a tyre barrier.
?Exit of Turn 5, Rubens lost his third spring of his car, and I was coming around ...

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Massa?s F1 career was highlighted by 11 grand prix victories, 41 podium finishes, 16 pole positions and 15 fastest laps. He came within one point of the 2008 world championship, only being denied by McLaren?s Lewis Hamilton on the final lap of the last race at Interlagos.
In this clip from the movie, Massa reveals how his connection with Ferrari began, and how he had to keep it a secret for ...

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In the film, Massa relives some of the greatest and worst moments of his career throughout this documentary, including his experiences in the F2008 (below).

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Ferrari F2008 (659) 2008 side view
Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Massa was world champion for 38 seconds, for when he crossed the finish ...

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