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Brazil warms up engines for Formula One Grand Prix

Brazil warms up engines for Formula One Grand Prix

Brazil warmed up the engines for the Formula One Grand Prix with an event in the city of Rio de Janeiro, in which the former driver of the highest category of motorsport, Felipe Massa, participated.

The Brazilian, a former Sauber, Ferrari and Williams driver, led a car in the Botafogo neighborhood, in the southern part of Rio de Janeiro, in an event to promote the Brazilian Grand Prix, which begins next weekend at the circuit from Interlagos, in Sao Paulo.

After leaving Formula One, Massa, who obtained 11 victories and 41 podiums throughout his career, began his participation in Formula E with the Venturi team, but today he was able to drive a car of his old category again.

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«The emotion is very great, that of driving a Formula One car in Rio de Janeiro, it is an emotion that is transmitted to people. The track is half slippery, half full of sand, but without a doubt that noise from Formula One is exciting, “Massa said in an interview with Globo television.

The Formula One Grand Prix arrives next weekend in Brazil with the championship decided, as Britain’s Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) was crowned Formula One world champion for the fifth time after finishing fourth in the Mexican Grand Prix. EFE

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