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Formula E: Felipe Massa says all-electric series 'a lot closer' than F1

Felipe Massa says Formula E could see a more competitive championship compared to Formula 1. Massa, who won 11 F1 grands prix, quit in 2017 after 15 seasons and has signed a three-year deal to race for Venturi in the all-electric series. "I think what makes things interesting in Formula E, and I really hope it happens with me, is that many drivers are able to win the race," he said. "Maybe many drivers can win the championship." The 37-year-old Brazilian added to BBC Sport: "I think it is a lot more closer compared to the cars in Formula E and cars in Formula 1." The opening race of Formula E season five takes place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday and is...
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