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Matheus Leist and Pietro Fittipaldi, Brazil's new hope for motorsport glory?

 With a population of 207 million, Bazil is a motorsport-obsessed nation in need of a new racing hero. Felipe Massa’s retirement from Formula 1 last season left Ayrton Senna’s homeland without a driver at the pinnacle of motorsport for the first time since the sixties, a sad situation that might not change in the short term. However, F1’s loss might just prove to be IndyCar’s gain. The series has always enjoyed a good reputation in Brazil thanks to names like Gil de Ferran, Emerson Fittipaldi, Hélio Castroneves or Tony Kanaan and has flirted many times with a return to the land of samba after racing in the streets of Sao Paulo between 2010 and 2013....
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