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F1 ‘needs' Verstappen to win 2021 title – Massa

Nov.14 Felipe Massa admits he is cheering for Max Verstappen to win the 2021 world championship. In 2008, in one of the most thrilling ends to a title battle in Formula 1 history, Massa came tantalisingly close to preventing Lewis Hamilton from winning his first championship. Now retired from F1, the 40-year-old Brazilian is back at his local circuit Interlagos this weekend to witness one of the concluding rounds to the similarly ultra-close and intense 2021 battle. He told Algemeen Dagblad newspaper that he would like Red Bull's Verstappen to succeed where he himself failed some 13 years ago. 'We really need a new champion,' he told the Dutch publication. 'At least that's the case for...
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