has admitted he might have entered his final month as a formula one driver. With Pastor Maldonado
on pole position to take his PDVSA backing to Lotus
for 2014, Massa is tipped as the frontrunner to replace him at Williams
, reportedly with the support of the Brazilian oil company Petrobras in tow.
Massa, who is being replaced at Ferrari
for 2014 by Kimi Raikkonen, said he hopes he has a deal in place by the season finale at Interlagos -- his beloved home race. "I will not accept racing in Brazil with nothing in place for the next year without having a happy ending to my career," he is quoted by Brazil's Totalrace.
The 32-year-old Sao Paulista, however, said he is confident his race will go on. "I have never lost sleep thinking about what will happen next," said Massa. "I'm calm, just as I was when there was the announcement that I will not continue at Ferrari. I believe that something will happen and I'll find a good team for my future," he added. (GMM)