Frontpage   |   Twitter   |   Photos   |   Game   |   Standings Monday 24 July 2017
 
Friday 14 July at 10:35
Massa wants to stay at Williams
Font size:
Friday 14 July at 10:35 : Jul.14 (GMM) Felipe Massa says he is happy to stay at Williams in 2018.

This year, the British team pulled the Brazilian out of his brief retirement to replace Mercedes-bound Valtteri Bottas.

Team boss Claire Williams said recently she can imagine Massa, 36, staying next year.

"At the moment, I see no reason why I should not be in formula one next year," Massa said at Silverstone.

"I like the new cars and I'm doing a good job. If Williams wants me, I'll be here. But of course you can never be sure before the contract is signed," he added.

However, Massa said that if he has to accept a move into a less competitive team, he will return once again to retirement.

"If I do not get the right car, I'll stop," he confirmed.
RELATED NEWS ITEMS
07-07 Massa could stay in 2018 - Williams
09-06 Massa not mourning Ecclestone exit
26-05 Alonso absence 'not professional' - Massa
23-05 Massa hails Lowe's impact at Williams
22-05 Massa could stay at Williams in 2018
30-04 Massa sees Schumacher-like mentor role
19-04 Massa accepts Verstappen apology
 
NEXT RACE 26 March 2017
Grand Prix of Australia (5,303 m)
Melbourne, Albert Park Circuit
Last Winner: Nico Rosberg
TV schedule
Friday - practice 1
12:30 - 14:00

Friday - practice 2
16:30 - 18:00

Saturday - practice 3
14:00 - 15:00

Saturday - qualification
17:00 - 18:00

Sunday - race
16:00

Friday - practice 1

Friday - practice 2

Saturday - practice 3

Saturday - qualification

Sunday - race

STANDINGS 2016
Driver championship
1.Vettel177
2.Hamilton176
3.Bottas154
Constructors championship
1.Mercedes330
2.Ferrari277
3.Red Bull174
FACEBOOK
TWITTER
www.ReserveDeler24.CO.NO
autoverzekering - Pricewise
 
RECENT PHOTO'S
Raikkonen, Hamilton, Bottas, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Bottas, Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Bottas, Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Bottas, Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Bottas, Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Silverstone Sunday 2017 Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Silverstone Sunday 2017
Copyright ©2017 Onestopstrategy.com   |   Powered by PGL Media About us    |    Contact    |    Advertising    |    Vacancies    |    Privacy Statement