Pilot Williams Felipe Massa commented on the decision to withdraw from the race weekend at the Hungaroring.
On Friday, the race in Hungary, Felipe felt unwell, but physical examination did not reveal any health problems.
Massa back behind the wheel FW40 in Saturday’s third practice session, but again felt ill, and the session ended for him prematurely.
In the result, it was decided to give the Brazilian a rest, and the rest of the weekend his car will run the backup pilot of the team from grove Paul di Resta.
Williams confirmed to replace Felipe Massa Paul di Resta
“As you know, I’m not going to play in Hungary because of poor health, namely dizziness, said Mass in the official appeal via Twitter. – I am very sad because I wanted to be in the car and represent the team here.
I hope that Paul and the team will succeed. Speaking for myself, I need to relax and the best way to prepare for the week-end in Spa. Thank you all for the support.”
.@MassaFelipe19 explains his withdrawal from the #HungarianGP pic.twitter.com/aG7G2ftWF4
— WILLIAMS RACING (@WilliamsRacing) July 29, 2017
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