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Jules Bianchi wins Felipe Massa’s 2013 kart race in Brazil

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The French speedy Jules Bianchi wins Felipe Massa’s annual kart race. The Brazilian created annual karting event for charity service.

The Force India reserve driver achieved top place first round and scored the most points over the two-round Karting event. Bianchi took 40 points. Second place in the final standings went to race two winners Felipe Nasr on 35, followed by Di Grassu on 30.

Ferrari’s drivers’ Felipe Massa, Fernando Alonso, Former Williams’ speedy Bruno Senna and Ex- Sauber’s driver Kamui Kobayashi taking part this event.

“I am very happy with this victory,” Bianchi told Ferrari’s website.

“I had already won last year, but that time there was a slight mistake with the weight of the kart, but this time everything went well.

“It’s nice to race against some of the best drivers and in front of such a big and enthusiastic crowd. I want to the thank the Massa family for everything and I hope I can come back next year to take part again.”

The Brazilian finished eighth place, “this was probably the hardest Desafio ever for me,” Massa said.

“If everything is not perfect, then even a tenth can make a big difference. My engine was not at its best yesterday and I paid for that today. The most important thing is that the event is getting bigger year after year. I was very pleased that Fernando was here with us and I’m sure he had fun!”


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