Felipe Massa has revealed that FIA president Jean Todt has asked him to serve as a steward at Grands Prix.
Although he is set to postpone his retirement by at least a year to replace the Mercedes-bound Valtteri Bottas at Williams, Massa told UOL Esporte that his former Ferrari boss has presented an alternative to him.
"He said he wants me to become a steward at the races, but I don't know if that's what I want to do," Massa said, referring to Todt.
"I certainly can do something with the FIA, helping with the road safety campaign or something. But steward; I don't know."
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