Felipe Massa would be interested in racing in either the World Endurance Championship or Formula E once his Formula One career draws to a close.
Massa is the fourth most experienced driver on the current grid – behind Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen – with 237 race starts and 11 wins in 14 seasons.
Recently some reports reveals, Jenson Button and Daniil Kvyat linked with his seat at Williams for next year. Also the Brazilian linked with a move to Renault for 2017.
“I want to be doing Formula One when I have a team that I really feel happy to work with, and a team that can be competitive,” Massa told Press Association Sport.
“If I am working in a team that I know will be at the back, I will decide to stop and do a different thing.
“I like WEC and maybe even Formula E. It is a series that is growing, and maybe in two or three years it will be completely different and more enthusiastic for the drivers in terms of the cars.”
When asked if speculation over his upcoming season is unsettling, Massa said: “For sure not. We all know about rumours in Formula One, and to be honest, I am zero scared and worried about anything.
“I am really happy working for Williams – this is a team which gives me a lot of pleasure to work for – and I see the same with them working for me.
“It would be nice to stay, but it would be nice to stay in a team where you really see that you can do a good job and have a good future. I am ready for everything to be honest.”