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Massa: Williams targeting Red Bull

Having leapfrogged Ferrari in the standings at Monza, Felipe Massa says Williams hasn't given up on catching Red Bull.
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Massa sets sights on Red Bull

Felipe Massa is confident Williams can battle Red Bull for second place in the Constructors' Championship...
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Massa: Williams out to close gap to Red Bull

Felipe Massa reckons Williams might be able to overhaul Red Bull during the remainder of the season and finish 'best of the rest' behind Mercedes.
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Williams can catch Red Bull - Massa

Felipe Massa feels he has turned a corner after his first podium of the season in Italy last time out and is cautiously confident his Williams team can catch Red Bull in...
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Massa: We're planning to close the gap in every race

Felipe Massa feels he has turned a corner after his first podium of the season in Italy last time out and is cautiously confident his Williams team can catch Red Bull in...
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Massa admits career in peril ‘several times’

Felipe Massa has admitted his motor racing career almost collapsed several times. The latest was this year, as teammate Valtteri Bottas was dominating amid speculation...
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Massa admits career in peril several times

Felipe Massa, who is riding a crest of a wave since he moved to Williams, has admitted his motor racing career almost collapsed several times. The latest was this year, as...
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Podium will help Massa rediscover ‘mojo’

Williams' Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa's first podium for the team in Sunday's Italian Grand Prix can kick-start the Brazilian's 2014 F1 campaign.
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Massa: Monza podium not a message to Ferrari

Felipe Massa says he doesn’t see his podium in the Italian Grand Prix as a message to his former team Ferrari
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Massa hopes luck is on his side

Having achieved his first podium as a Williams driver, Felipe Massa hopes fortune has finally swung in his favour...
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Massa happy to make Monza podium for Williams

Felipe Massa secured his first podium finish for Williams when he came home third in Sunday's Italian Grand Prix in front of thousands of Italian fans who always respected...
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Massa scores emotional podium finish on Monza return

Felipe Massa scored an emotional first podium finish for Williams at the Italian Grand Prix
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Massa emotional after podium place at Monza

It was a clearly emotional Felipe Massa who stepped onto the podium at Monza to loud cheers from the Ferrari faithful after the Williams driver finished third at the...
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Massa: There's a lot more to come

Felipe Massa has been dogged by bad luck this year, while having a very handy car at his disposal, but at Monza all the gods aligned to help him score his first podium as...
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Massa: Even more to come from Williams

Felipe Massa thinks Williams can continue its strong form right until the end of the season after he ended his run of bad luck to claim his first podium with the team at...
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Massa takes first podium with Williams

Felipe Massa has promised there is “a lot more to come” after he took his first podium of the season and his first with Williams in the Italian Grand Prix.
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Bottas happy to see Massa back on podium

Valtteri Bottas says he was happy to see Williams team-mate Felipe Massa return to the podium at the Italian Grand Prix.
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Lewis Hamilton Masters Monza As Massa Impresses

Lewis Hamilton drove an almost flawless drive to take victory in the 2014 Italian Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and Williams Felipe Massa who...
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Massa: Podium not a message to Ferrari

Felipe Massa has played down suggestions that he proved a point to Ferrari with his third place at the Italian Grand Prix...
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'More podiums will follow for Massa'

Rob Smedley believes Felipe Massa's Monza podium will be the first of many for the Brazilian at Williams now he has broken his duck.
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