Felipe Massa says finishing seventh in his final Brazilian GP "felt like a victory" as he prepares to retire at the end of the season.
Felipe Massa has accused Carlos Sainz of deliberately blocking him in the final part of Qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
Felipe Massa has confirmed he will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the season.
Hamilton delivers all-but the perfect weekend as one Spaniard takes his opportunity to impress and another is denied the points he deserved...
Hamilton and Verstappen drive each other to high marks, but a Toro Rosso swansong fails to hit the high notes at Suzuka.
Felipe Massa has questioned the worth of Williams' proposed test for Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta in a 2014 car.
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Felipe Massa believes he remains the best option for a Williams drive in 2018 - but insists he is "relaxed" if the team replaces him.
Sky F1 pundit Mark Hughes reviews the first half of F1 2017 for all 20 drivers. Who has shone and who has had a stinker?
Dave Redding has been appointed team manager at Williams, with sporting manager Steve Nielsen leaving the team.
Of the eight current drivers on the grid to have won a Grand Prix, who had the best first victory in Formula 1?
Barcelona test pacesetter Felipe Masssa says he's happy to help under-pressure team-mate Lance Stroll get to grips with F1.
The Williams F1 team have formally unveiled their 2017 car, the FW40, ahead of the new Formula 1 season.
The Race of Champions returns to Sky Sports F1 this weekend as some of the world's best drivers do battle in Miami.
We go behind the scenes at Williams, winners of the 2016 DHL fastest pitstop award, as the team begin training for the new season.
Felipe Massa remains as motivated about racing in Formula 1 as ever after coming out of retirement, Claire Williams has insisted.
Felipe Massa has completed a U-turn on his retirement plans by returning to Williams to replace Merc-bound Valtteri Bottas.
A deal for Felipe Massa to return to Williams a month after his retirement from Formula 1 has been agreed, according to Sky sources.
Felipe Massa could return to F1 with Williams less than a month after leaving the team and retiring from the sport, Sky Sports has learnt.
Felipe Massa says he is proud of his achievements in Formula 1 as he prepares to bid an emotional farewell to the sport.
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