Massa, who announced last week he will retire from Formula One at the end of the season, turned in a stellar drive at his farewell, holding off a charging Fernando Alonso in the closing stages to finish seventh. That's why I did another year.
Sebastian Vettel won the race whilst four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton fought back from the back of the grid to fourth.
Massa's final race will be at the season finale in Abu Dhabi at the end of November.
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However, Helmer said her strategy was a bit different on Friday than it was in prior races as she didn't start as fast as usual. The Midshipmen really bought into what we needed to do to win. "We've been looking to build a team like this for a long time".
Williams driver Felipe Massa, of Brazil, steers his vehicle ahead of Force India driver Esteban Ocon, of France, on the first lap of the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017.
"The feeling that I had on the human side after the race last year - really, I never thought I would feel that, or I would have that in my career", the 36-year-old recalled on Thursday. "Conditions were very tricky: you see drops of rain on the visor, and that takes some confidence away even when the asphalt is completely dry".
His eight-year-old son, Felipinho, gave a heart-warming message to Massa on the team radio at the end of the race.
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The slogan for this year's event was "We Want God", in line with emotional themes of the past rallies. Several of the speakers called on people to stand against liberals and defend Christian values.
"It's an issue I'm sure the government here are fighting, but I think maybe on this weekend, there are protocols that should be put in place to help, like for example when we go to Mexico, which weren't there for these guys. I love you. Thank you so much". "By the way, I loved your start!"
Fernando Alonso stood by his auto and applauded Massa as he came into the pit-lane for the final time in Brazil.
Twelve months on from his tearful first farewell in the Interlagos pit lane, Massa will take part in what he says is his final Brazilian race this weekend (he was lured back from retirement to race one more year with Williams). I managed to keep him behind so I was so emotional when I finished the race. "Hopefully he has a great future in another category and a happy life", Alonso told NBCSN post-race.
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Australian leader Malcolm Turnbull snubbed Ardern's offer when she raised it in bilateral meetings in Sydney a week ago. She said people had tried to "punch" her, and described the situation as "shocking" and "scary".
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