Felipe Massa is a Brazilian Formula E and former Formula One racing driver. He competed in 15 seasons of Formula One between 2002 and 2017, where he scored 11 Grand Prix victories, 41 podiums and finished as championship runner-up in 2008. Massa started his career in go-karting from the age of eight continuing in national and regional championships for seven years. He moved into Formula Chevrolet and claimed the championship. He moved in Italian Formula Renault in 2000 and won the title along with the European championship. Massa went into Euro Formula 3000 taking the championship in 2001. Massa started his Formula One career with Sauber before joining Scuderia Ferrari as a test driver for 2003. He returned to Sauber for 2004 and 2005 before rejoining Ferrari where he won two races in 2006 including his home Grand Prix becoming the first Brazilian since Ayrton Senna to win the Brazilian Grand Prix. Massa won three races in 2007, finishing 4th in the Drivers' Championship.
|Born:||April 25, 1981, São Paulo, Brazil|
|Current team:||Venturi Formula E Team|
|Best finish:||15th in 2018-19|
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About Felipe Massa
Brazilian Formula One competitor who has won numerous competitions throughout his career, including the 2006 Turkish Grand Prix and the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix. In 2016, he announced his retirement from Formula One racing.
He took up go-karting when he was eight and competed in national and regional races for seven years.
His Formula One career initially commenced with Sauber, but in 2003, he signed on as a test driver with Ferrari.
He married Anna Raffaela Bassi in 2007. The couple has one son.
He finished second to Lewis Hamilton in the 2008 Drivers' World Championship.
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