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About Felipe Massa

Felipe Massa is a Brazilian Formula One race car driver.

Felipe Massa has competed with Sauber team before shifting to Ferrari.

Racing with Ferrari

Ferrari has extended Massa's contract for one more season to race for the Formula One team. A brief statement was released on 17 October 2012 by Ferrari saying that the contract of Felipe Massa has been renewed till the end of 2013 season.

"Ferrari is my sporting family and I've always raced in F1 with motors built in Maranello. I can't see myself at the wheel of a car powered by anyone else.", said Massa reacting to the renewal of the deal. Felipe Massa has won 11 races in his first three seasons with Ferrari.

Felipe Massa hasn't won a Formula One race since a life-threatening accident at the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2009.

Felipe Massa in News

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Hamilton revving-up to join Massa, Webber and Schumacher on transfer 'merry-go-round' contract
Formula One driver Lewish Hamilton is likely to switch from McLaren, as after two seasons of stagnation in the driver market, the transfer 'merry-go-round' is finally showing signs of spinning into action.

Felipe Massa 'chilled out' about Formula One future
Brazilian F1 driver Felipe Massa is relaxed about his Formula One future and has said he will wait until August to make a decision.

Cash-strapped Mallya might let Force India driver Di Resta leave for right price
Talented Force India driver Paul Di Resta is in pole position to land a McLaren job if Lewis Hamilton's contract talks fail, and his troubled billionaire owner Vijay Mallya is ready to let him leave at the right price.

Webber's Ferrari switch talks gain momentum
Rumours of Formula One driver Mark Webber's switch to Ferrari have gained momentum after he went out of his way to embrace Fernando Alonso, reported to be his next teammate, following emphatic victory in Monaco.

Chief Horner says Webber is 'comfortable' at Red Bull
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said Mark Webber is quite comfortable with them, and belittled speculation that Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix winner might move on to Ferrari next season.

Red Bull teammates Webber and Vettel may move to Ferrari?
Red Bull teammates Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel are contemplating moving to Italian Formula One camp Ferrari, it has emerged.

Force India's Di Resta in frame to replace Schumacher at Mercedes next season
Force India driver Paul Di Resta could possibly replace Mercedes' ace driver Michael Schumacher at the end of season.

Force India driver Di Resta on Ferrari's radar to replace under-performing Massa
Force India driver Paul Di Resta is among the short listed candidates to replace under-performing Ferrari driver Felipe Massa in 2013.

Webber ridicules rumors about him joining Ferrari in 2013
Red Bull driver Mar Webber has laughed off rumors that he would join Ferrari alongside close pal Fernando Alonso for the 2013 championship season.

Alonso, Massa silent over Ferrari's chances in 2012-13 F-1 season
Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa are both keeping quiet over Ferrari's chances in the 2012-13 season, as speculation mounts that the team is not happy with their new car.

Ferrari hires renowned ace to regain past glory
Ferrari has former Bridgestone engineer Hirohide Hamashima new tyre director to regain its past glory.

Sahara Force India yet to confirm drivers for 2012 F1 season
Sahara Force India Formula One Team is among four teams to have no drivers named on their list for next season.

Hamilton ends bitter feud with Massa
Formula One rivals Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa have smoked the peace pipe, after the final race of the season in Brazil.

Hamilton declares his season of misery is officially over
Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton has said that his season of misery is officially over as he prepares for Sunday's final race of the year in Brazil.

Hamilton fears backlash from Massa fans at Brazilian F1 Grand Prix
British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has braced himself for a backlash from the fans of Ferrari's Felipe Massa in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.

Hamilton rubbishes Whitmarsh's claims Button success behind poor performance
Lewis Hamilton has termed his McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh's claims that his form has been affected by team-mate Jenson Button's success, as "rubbish".

Hamilton eyeing to qualify way ahead of Massa to avoid another clash
British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton plans to avoid another clash with Ferrari's Felipe Massa by qualifying way ahead of him.

Struggling Felipe Massa given Ferrari green light
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali has moved to counter speculation that Brazilian racing star Felipe Massa is set for the sack.

Rosberg set to replace Massi at Ferrari
Mercedes GP Formula One driver Nico Rosberg is reportedly set to replace Felipe Massa at Ferrari.

Webber says Massa did not mess-up at Indian Grand Prix
Australian and Red Bull racer Mark Webber has claimed that Grand Prix stewards made the wrong decision over Lewis Hamilton's latest clash with Felipe Massa in India.

'Massa could have avoided Hamilton crash at inaugural Indian F1 Grand Prix'
One of the stewards at Sunday's inaugural Indian Formula One Grand Prix, Johnny Herbert, says that Ferrari's Felipe Massa deserved to be punished for crashing into McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton's car.

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