In the round-up: Ferrari plan a tribute for Michael Schumacher who remains in an artificial coma on his 45th birthday.
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“Ferrari fans will hold a silent 45th birthday tribute to Michael Schumacher outside his French hospital on Friday with the seven times Formula One world champion in a coma and fighting for his life after a skiing accident.”
“French investigators examining the exact cause of Formula One former champion Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident intend to interview the driver’s manager over the coming days, according to the lead prosecutor.”
“The German racing great remained in an induced coma and a critical condition, with his wife Corinna, 16-year-old daughter Gina-Maria and 14-year-old son Mick at his bedside in the French Alpine city of Grenoble.”
“He [Hamilton] had great success at McLaren arriving there as a rookie and it is definitely possible to do.”
“Double points in Abu Dhabi… Whether you love or loathe the idea, it?óÔé¼Ôäós impossible to believe that there won?óÔé¼Ôäót be an additional intensity to the racing at Yas Marina and that can only be a good thing.”
Apart from the SFC event at Grenoble, tomorrow Ferrari will run a special tribute to Michael on http://t.co/KxK0HrD5X9.
— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) January 2, 2014
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Another thing we would like to know is how long will F1 continue with DRS?
The purists know it should be on borrowed time, but so many clowns are in decision making positions that I am quite worried we will have another year of gimme overtakes.
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Today is Michael Schumacher’s birthday. The seven-times world champion turns 45, and I’m sure all F1 Fanatic readers will join me in wishing him a swift and full recovery from his recent skiing accident.
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