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Vettel leads Schumacher tributes

Sebastian Vettel is the latest of several Formula One drivers past and present to wish Michael Schumacher well after the racing legend was involved in a serious ski accident on Sunday. Vettel, the four-time World Drivers' Champion, idolized Schumacher as a boy and learnt racing at the Kerpen track that became famous for being the scene of the 44-year-old's first karting successes. "I am shocked and I hope that he gets better as quickly as possible," Vettel said on Monday. "I wish his family much strength." Schumacher's team-mate at Benneton in 1992 and 1993 said the news of his accident reminded him of Ayrton Senna's fatal crash at Imola in 1994. "When I read that...
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