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Massa: British crowd can inspire Hamilton

Felipe Massa is backing Lewis Hamilton for success at this weekend's British GP, saying he will feed off the energy of the 125,000-strong crowd. Formula 1 is racing at Silverstone this weekend, a venue where Hamilton has won only once in his F1 career. The British driver claimed the victory back in 2008, the same year he won the World Championship. And although this season he faces a stern test from team-mate Nico Rosberg, Massa reckons the support of the British crowd could play into Hamilton's hands. "That pressure from racing at home can give you more energy," said the Brazilian. "I have that when I race in Brazil. It works on the track because I am always strong there....
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