Official: Massa retires for the second time at the end of 2017!

Williams pilot Felipe Massa announced his retirement for the second time at the end of the 2017 season.

The Brazilian, who competed in 267 races along the Formula 1 career, officially announced his decision to retire at the end of the season.

The Brazilian has won 36 points so far this season, four points less than his teammate Lance Stroll. Massa said he was willing to stay in F1 for the 16th season, but only if it competes with Williams.

Williams did not hurry to decide on the second pilots to come next to Stroll in this process. Pilot options include the 3rd pilots Paul di Resta, Robert Kubica, Pascal Wehrlein and Felipe Massa.

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Massa insisted on releasing the team's decision before the Brazilian Grand Prix, which will take place weekly. So Felipe Massa knew the race in her own home would be her last Brazilian race.

This year, Kubica and di Resta have tested the team's 2014 vehicle since there are names to compete next year. According to the reports, Kubica and di Resta share the first place among the names on the list of teams.

Massa, for a while, announced his retirement from social media channels. Massa will say farewell to Formula 1 for the second time.

As well as having a lot of Turkey's Grand Prix in Turkey, the Brazilian pilot has 11 races victories, 41 podiums and 16 pole positions in his 15-year F1 career. Massa also tragically lost Lewis Hamilton's championship title in the 2008 season.

 

Massa insisted on releasing the team's decision before the Brazilian Grand Prix, which will take place weekly. So Felipe Massa knew the race in her own home would be her last Brazilian race.

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This year, Kubica and di Resta have tested the team's 2014 vehicle since there are names to compete next year. According to the reports, Kubica and di Resta share the first place among the names on the list of teams.

Massa, for a while, announced his retirement from social media channels. Massa will say farewell to Formula 1 for the second time.