F1: Felipe Massa to retire at the end of 2016 season

Felipe Massa has announced his retirement from Formula 1 during a special press conference at Monza, Italy. Over the past 15 years, the Brazilian driver has become a household name, having made the jump to F1 after winning the 2001 Euro Formula 3000 championship. Massa began his F1 career with Sauber, a team that he stayed with for three seasons, following which he had successful stints at both Ferrari and Williams F1.

On his retirement, Massa said, "I have so many great memories over the years and thank everyone in all the teams I have...

Updated Date: Sep 02, 2016 16:27 PM

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