Williams' Felipe Massa of Brazil wears his country's flag over his shoulders as he celebrates with fans after the race following his withdrawal due to car problems. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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Williams' veteran driver Felipe Massa failed to finish his last race in front of his home crowd at Interlagos Sunday, but he still earned a warm and emotional goodbye.In a Brazilian Grand Prix deeply impacted by rain, Massa crashed out in the 48th of 71 laps when he was in 14th position.Massa has 11 Grand Prix career wins, including two in Brazil.At a Brazilian GP that he won, Massa lost the crown to Lewis Hamilton after the British driver made a key overtake on the very last lap.Massa joined Williams in 2014 .
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