Nasr set for Reserve and Friday role at Williams 7 February, 2014 Felipe Nasr One of the very last seats available this year in Formula 1 is set to be filled by highly rated rookie Felipe Nasr. Last November, we reported that following countryman Felipe Massa’s move to Williams for 2014, another Brazilian looked set to join the Grove team as their official Reserve Driver. 21-year-old Nasr, a GP2 frontrunner, is backed by Brazilian sponsors Banco do Brasil and Sky Brasil, and managed by Kimi Raikkonen’s manager Steve Robertson. Italy’s Autosprint now reports that Nasr looks to have signed an agreement with Williams that will involve running in Friday morning practice sessions at about half of the 19 grands prix this year. The deal for Nasr, whose surname rhymes with Massa’s, will also include “a substantial number of testing kilometers” during the season, the report added. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsMassa has no fear of rising star BottasLauda says Williams missed PR opportunity with WolffMagnussen pleads innocence as Massa blames him for crashBottas is now Formula 1′s top Flying FinnBottas: We always aim for more but for now we need to be happyWolff realistic about F1 race seat chancesSusie Wolff: An important step forwardWilliams: We should have had two drivers on the podiumBottas: Really happy with what we’re doing as a teamSusie Wolff: Really tough day but that’s F1 sometimes The Pessimist Good Choice ! this kid has some serious sponsors apart from being quick. McLarenfan So it appears that Susie Wolff will not be getting any Friday track time this season.