Nasr could join Massa at Williams as reserve driver 14 November, 2013 Felipe Nasr Highly rated GP2 front-runner Felipe Nasr could be the next Brazilian piece of the puzzle for Williams. It is believed the appointment of Felipe Massa for 2014 could entice the Brazilian oil company Petrobras back to the famous British Formula 1 team. Indeed, Massa hopes to revive Williams’ glory days, when drivers like Nelson Piquet and Ayrton Senna were at the wheel. “It’s very nice to be in this team, a team that was very important for Brazil and I hope will be again very important for Brazil,” he said. The next Brazilian name linked with Williams for 2014 is Nasr, who is backed by Brazilian sponsors Banco do Brasil and Sky Brasil. Portuguese-language media reports say that Nasr, whose surname rhymes with Massa’s, is set to be announced as Williams’ next reserve driver. According to the ‘Terra’ publication, 21-year-old Nasr is managed by Kimi Raikkonen’s Steve Robertson, while his uncle Amir runs a successful and well-connected Brazilian motor racing outfit. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsWilliams to run 20th anniversary Ayrton SennaValterri Bottas: 2013 Rookie of the YearMassa: I definitely see myself coming to Williams as a leader for the teamEra ends as Williams terminate tie-up with major sponsor PDVSAWilliams bids farewell to Maldonado and welcomes Massa to the familyMassa and Bottas expected to be confirmed by Williams for 2013Williams denies being in talks to lure Brawn backHas Maldonado secured Lotus drive at expense of Hulkenberg?Silly season latest has Massa going to Williams for next five yearsJuncadella plays down reports of Williams drive for 2014 frengostop When Ayrton Senna was at the wheel, those were not exactly Williams’ most glorious days.. Kimi4WDC Reserve driver is bad idea, better keep on winning races more chances you will get invite to do a test and as result more F1 driving time, plus you will be impressing people more with wins at lower Formulae. Gabriel Williams needs someone like Massa, it’s a chance to return at the first line, for all, pilot and team! Will be a double motivation.