Felipe Massa with his son Felipinho
Felipe Massa hoped to give Brazil another victory to celebrate after a little bit of Neymar magic rubbed off on him as he put his Williams on pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix on Saturday.
The popular Brazilian's first pole since 2008, when he was with Ferrari and a year before he suffered near fatal head injuries in Hungary, was a Formula One feel-good story for Austria's first race in 11 years.
When he left Ferrari at the end of last year, it seemed to many that Massa's best years were behind him and that he might have few highlights ahead with a team that scored just five points in all of 2013. The prospects look a lot brighter now.
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