1. 00:00 Pan of Rubens Barrichello (green) and Felipe Massa (white) entering the press conference
2. 00:11 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Felipe Massa, Williams Driver
"I miss his presence here, not only here but with what's happening with him. He was a very important person in my career and a friend that I always have. I'm praying for him every single day, asking for some help so everything goes right and he recovers."
3. 00:42 Cut-away of cameraman
4. 00:47 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Felipe Massa, Williams Driver
"I miss him so much also because of the close friendship we have, the way he has treated me. I was able to join Ferrari because he decided to stop at that time, giving me that opportunity. My career went this way also because of the opportunity I got to race. If he continued to race in 2007 I wouldn't (have stayed at) Ferrari. He would (have been) there and Kimi (Raikonnen) had a deal with Ferrari. So, my career was built a lot on his decision. He has always supported me, we have a very close friendship and I'm praying everyday and asking everybody to pray so he make a come back."
5. 01:35 Mid of Felipe Massa and Rubens Barrichello
6. 01:40 SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari Driver 2000-2005
"This absence is much more painful than the others that we had. It's a tough moment. One where everybody is still looking for information and we continue to pray so everything will be ok, after all, he's a human being!"
7. 00:00 Photo-op with Williams F1 Team's Felipe Massa, Former F1 Drivers Rubens Barrichello and Sebastian Buemi and Brazilian Stock Car Driver Daniel Serra.
Felipe Massa and Rubens Barrichello comment on Michael Schumacher at a news conference in Penha, Brazil on Friday (10th January) as the former German Formula One champion remains in a medically induced coma following a skiing accident.
New Williams F1 team driver Felipe Massa joined Rubens Barrichello to comment about the current situation of Michael Schumacher, who in still in a coma after a skiing accident.
Massa spoke ahead of his go-kart challenge event.
The Brazilian, who was his team-mate in 2006 at Ferrari, was emotional when asked about the former F1 driver from Germany.
In fact, he says that his success in Formula One is credited to Schumacher, because his decision to retire in 2007 helped him to stay in Ferrari.
Another former team-mate was Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, who had his disagreements with the seven-time F1 champion in the past.
But he said that, at this time, he continued to pray for Schumacher's health.