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Massa hoping for Mercedes fight
Felipe Massa hopes he can play a part in shaping the destiny of this year’s World Championship although the Brazilian says he doesn’t care who wins.
Speed spares Massa’s blushes
Felipe Massa got a bigger cheer on the Interlagos podium than race winner Nico Rosberg and runner-up Lewis Hamilton managed, although it was touch and go during Sunday’s race whether the local hero would actually make it.
Williams: A missed opportunity
A frustrated Williams team have admitted qualifying in Brazil was a bit of a “missed opportunity” to beat Mercedes to pole position.
Massa: A missed opportunity
Felipe Massa believes Williams’ failure to finish on the podium in the U.S. GP showed that the revitalised team still have improvements to make before they attain the same operational level as the top teams.
Massa ‘screaming’ to stop race
Felipe Massa has criticised the decision of the FIA’s Race Control to keep racing when heavy rain returned during the closing stages of the Japanese GP before Jules Bianchi’s accident.
Long stint pays off for Massa
So just how did Felipe Massa make a set of tyres last 38 laps in the Singapore GP? “I was driving like a grandmother,” joked the Brazilian after finishing a fighting fifth on Sunday night.
FIA agree to amend radio ban
The FIA has issued a further clarification on its radio clampdown ahead of the Singapore GP after teams and drivers raised concerns about the ban as it previously stood.
Massa against radio changes
Felipe Massa says he’s opposed to the clampdown on radio messages being enforced at this weekend’s Singapore GP and even warned of a “big accident” if a driver isn’t warned that his car is overheating.
Williams not satisfied yet
Claire Williams says the next phase of rebuilding at the revitalised team is centred on returning to championship-winning ways following the successful “reset” process at Grove.
'More podiums for Massa'
Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa’s Monza podium will be the first of many for the Brazilian at Williams now he has broken his duck.
Williams retain Bottas, Massa
Williams have announced that they are to retain Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa for the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Williams backs Massa
Claire Williams has praised the “great job” Felipe Massa is doing for the rejuvenated team despite the Brazilian veteran being increasingly overshadowed by team-mate Valtteri Bottas.
In-form Bottas keeps focused
Valtteri Bottas believes Williams need to stay grounded and not lose focus on maximising their points haul in races, despite the revitalised team’s latest show of speed in Germany on Saturday.
Massa top at Silverstone
Felipe Massa's Williams was fastest on Day One of Formula 1's latest in-season test at Silverstone on Tuesday.
Weather catches Williams out
Rob Smedley took responsibility for the call that saw Williams fall at the first hurdle in British GP qualifying but reckons the occasional wrong step on their “journey” back to success is inevitable.
Williams thrilled with result
Williams were thrilled with their first podium finish of the season at the Austrian GP, despite failing to convert their front-row lockout into victory.
Delighted Williams now eye win
Williams have expressed their surprise and delight after Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas claimed a stunning front-row lockout for the team at the Austrian GP – with their owner now boldly predicting they can “prove that we have a very good race-winning car” on Sunday.
Perez penalty is upheld
Stewards at the Austrian GP have upheld the five-place grid penalty handed to Sergio Perez following his collision with Felipe Massa in Montreal.
FIA confirms crash review
Austrian GP stewards have confirmed they will review the judgement on Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa's contentious collision from the previous race in Canada, with a second hearing convened for Friday afternoon.
Stewards revisit Massa v Perez
Stewards at the Austrian GP are to study the collision between Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa in Montreal again, meaning that the Force India driver could have his five-place grid penalty for this weekend's race overturned.