Williams Martini Racing’s Felipe Massa who is out of contract with the Grove based outfit at the end of the season has made it very clear that when it comes to 2017 he is not thinking about money.
Massa who joined Williams from Ferrari in 2014 says that he wants to have fun racing and getting good results and this is something that he has thought about during his career.
Speaking about money, Massa told Brazilian media out UOL Esporte that he has made more money than he could ever have imagined and that he feels that he has made enough money for a good life.
It has been widely reported recently that Jenson Button who currently races for the McLaren Honda Formula One team could on Williams radar for 2017 and it has also been reported that the Grove based outfit will take up their option on Valtteri Bottas for next season. Massa heads into the British Grand Prix this weekend in ninth place in the championship on 38 points while Valtteri Bottas is in seventh on 54 points.
Massa has admitted that he is talking to a number of teams as well as Williams and believes that he would be very valuable to a team next season with all of the changes coming in due to his vast experience in Formula One.
It is a case of watch this space.