Brazilian broadcaster Globo has announced it will continue to televise formula one, even if Felipe Massa is not on the grid.
Earlier, there were fears Massa's potential exit from the sport, after losing his Ferrari seat, could spell the end of Globo's interest.
But the company has now announced that it has sold the available advertising space for its coverage in 2014, with the existing sponsors staying put.
Revealing he is trying to help Massa stay in F1 beyond 2013, chief executive Bernie Ecclestone told O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper last weekend: "The (Brazilian) media has an important role in trying to keep having a (Brazilian) driver in F1."
Brazil, a hugely important market...
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