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Felipe Massa is set to retire from F1. Again. Widely regarded as one of F1's good guys, but here's our list of 10 things Felipe would rather you forget.
Williams has a quandary to solve with their 2018 driver pairing. Do they stick with stability, or opt for a new lead driver?Badger's Nicky Haldenby looks at the potential candidates for the seat.
In this exclusive interview for Mobil 1 The Grid, Brazil’s Felipe Massa reflects on his F1 career to date; from the early days at Sauber to working with Michael Schumacher at Ferrari, and his 2014 move to Williams Martini Racing.
A quite-rightly chirpy Felipe Massa came to talk to the assembled media on the first day of the second week of testing in Barcelona.
Badger’s Rob Watts was at the Autosport International Show, and sat down with former McLaren mechanic and current Sky F1 pundit Marc Priestley.
First he was retired, now he's racing again - Rob Watts looks at the mess WIlliams have gotten themselves in to.
The Brazilian's farewell to his home crowd, Craig Norman explains, was one of the purest human moments in motor racing.
....just who you'd expect to be.
Fourteen years, eleven wins, sixteen pole positions and a World Championship for thirty seconds. Felipe Massa will retire from F1 after Abu Dhabi with his head held very high.Laura Leslie takes a look at his most memorable moments...
With the front runners already having received their grades, it's time for the midfield contenders to be assessed.Rob Watts takes the drivers of Williams, Force India, Toro Rosso and McLaren to task.
It's not Lewis! Sure we were happy to see him win his home GP, but TOP DOG goes to someone else...
Here is the second part of our writers' 2013 season predictions. Let us know your thoughts and best guesses for this year in the...
It's amazing what surfaces on the internet. This past week, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa were taking part in a Santander promotion event in...
Here it is ladies and gentlemen, the new Ferrari F1 car for the 2013, named the F138 and with a red paint job. Some might say it's a new pram for Fernando throw his toys out of, but we see it as being yet another fina motor and hopefully one that he can use to fight for the championship again.
Ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix we've been taking a look at what the drivers have to say about the most prestigious race on the calendar. Here we're running through the thoughts of Felipe Massa, Michael Schumacher and Pastor Maldonado.
It may be only eight days until Christmas (and 86 days until F1 returns), but Formula 1 doesn't sleep, and neither does Badger. So...