Bernie Ecclestone has admitted he is working hard to ensure the last Brazilian driver does not drop out of F1.
Currently, Felipe Massa is the only Brazilian on the grid, but he has lost his Ferrari seat.
Manager Nicolas Todt is working hard to tap into the Brazilian sponsor market to ensure Massa is in contention for the rides at Lotus, Williams, Force India and Sauber.
It is rumoured the Brazilian broadcaster Globo could also play a vital role.
Brazil and South America are important markets for F1, and so the sport's chief executive Ecclestone told O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper: 'I am trying to help; it's not easy, but we're working on it.'
The 82-year-old Briton admitted Massa's career...
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