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The F1 drivers' half-term report
Massa still aiming high
Felipe Massa isn’t ruling out another strong weekend for Williams at the Hungarian GP despite a low-key Friday and widespread expectations that the track won’t suit the FW37.
Massa answers your questions
While Felipe Massa wasn't quite able to match his Austrian GP podium finish at Silverstone, he still had a big part to play in the race - what with that lightning-fast start of his and then leading the opening laps.
Massa: We're behind Red Bull
Felipe Massa admits Williams are behind Red Bull after the opening day of running ahead of the British GP at Silverstone.
'F1 needs intelligent changes'
Felipe Massa doesn’t believe that simply making cars faster from 2017 will prove F1's silver bullet with the Williams driver calling for “intelligent” change to the regulations.
Ferrari open the door for Williams
Ferrari opened the door for Williams at the Austrian GP and Felipe Massa walked right through it, with the Brazilian snatching the final podium place from Sebastian Vettel on Sunday.
Verstappen hits back at Massa
Max Verstappen has hit back at Felipe Massa and told him to look at the 2014 Canadian GP after the Brazilian again criticised the Toro Rosso driver for his Monaco crash.
Williams: We won't win in 2015
Williams’ chief technical officer Pat Symonds says the team are not in a position to win races this season.
Massa backs refuelling return
Williams’ Felipe Massa has backed the proposed return of refuelling to F1 in 2017 as he believes it will lead to more exciting “sprint” racing.
Williams duo banking on updates
Williams pair Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa believe upgrades to the FW37 for the start of the European season will only help the team try and cure their early-season tyre degradation issues.
High-speed scare for Massa
Felipe Massa suffered a scare during Friday’s second practice session for the Chinese GP after a rear-wing failure on his Williams caused him to spin off the track at 200-plus mph.
Williams fall behind Ferrari
Pat Symonds admits Williams have slipped behind a resurgent Ferrari in the 2015 pecking order after losing out to Sebastian Vettel in the fight for third place in Australia.
Massa: Proved we are in fight
Felipe Massa believes Williams have proved they are in the fight at the front of the F1 grid after setting the fastest lap of the Barcelona tests so far.
New Williams FW37 revealed
The first image of a 2015 Formula 1 car, the Williams FW37, has been revealed – including the first look at a new-style nose.
Williams dreams of title fight
Claire Williams admits it “would be amazing” to challenge for the title in 2015 after the Grove outfit were named as the team to watch by Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.
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.