Massa shares photos of his gifts/trophies he got from Sauber, Ferrari & Williams
The Brazilian has a mini museum made at his home for all the gifts.
Felipe Massa shared photos of a mini museum in his home of the gifts, trophies and mementos he got from Sauber, Ferrari and Williams F1 teams.
Having raced in F1 for 15 seasons, starting with Sauber, moving to Ferrari and ending with Williams, Massa has not only earned the respect but also has been rewarded with trophies, mementos, signed cards along with a car which he drove during the 2016 season.
Massa was to retire from F1 after the 2016 season but with Nico Rosberg's retirement and Valtteri Bottas' switch to Mercedes, Williams asked the Brazilian to stay back and compete in 2017. By that time, they already promised him the FW38 as a parting gift.
Even though he raced in 2017, Massa kept the 2016 F1 car, the photo of which he has shared for the first time on social media. The Venturi racer also shared snippets of the other gifts from Sauber and Ferrari, including a giant signed board from the latter.
Post his F1 career, Massa is currently racing in the FIA Formula E Championship with Venturi. He finished 15th with a podium to his name in his first year in 2018/19, while he hasn't scored points in the first round of the 2019/20 season.
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