Williams' driver Felipe Massa of Brazil (C), Mercedes' drivers Nico Rosberg of Germany (R) and Lewis Hamilton of Britain attend a news conference ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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With a third straight Brazilian Grand Prix title Sunday, Nico Rosberg can match the feat of his famous father by winning the Formula One championship.Beyond the victory, there are several scenarios under which Rosberg could claim the season title, even if he doesn't win the race.Massa never won a season title, but he got painfully close.In Brazil in the final race of the 2008 season, Massa won the race but lost the season title by one point to Hamilton when the Englishman overtook on the final lap to finish fifth – getting the point he needed to edge Massa.Senna and Piquet each won three F1 season titles.It will be, except for Rosberg and Hamilton.
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