Nasr looking for Formula 1 Friday practice seat in 2014 18 October, 2013 Felipe Nasr Felipe Nasr, whose name rhymes with that of his Ferrari countryman – Felipe Massa – is hopeful of breaking into Formula 1 in 2014.
Earlier, the 21-year-old was linked with the vacant Toro Rosso seat, but it is now believed more likely he will sign a test and reserve contract.
Nasr, third in the GP2 standings and backed by Sky Brasil and Banco do Brasil, is managed by Kimi Raikkonen's manager Steve Robertson.
He is also said to have the support of Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, who is worried Felipe Massa's potential exit would leave the important Brazilian market unrepresented on...
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