This weekend's British Grand Prix will mark the 200th start for one of the sport's most popular drivers: Williams' Felipe Massa.
The Brazilian driver made his F1 debut back in 2002 for Sauber, but he spent the good part of his F1 career with Ferrari, having raced for the Italian marque between 2006 and 2013. However, at the end of last season, he was dropped in favour of Kimi Raikkonen, allowing him to find a change of scenery at Williams.
With the British team, Massa has looked like a new man. With the weight of the world off his shoulders, he is enjoying his racing, and this showed in Austria as he claimed a surprise pole position before eventually finishing the race in fourth place....
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