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Kubica: Media can play a hard game

Robert Kubica has urged the world's media to be respectful towards Michael Schumacher's family and friends. The seven-time World Champion spent a sixth night in intensive care at the Grenoble University Hospital after suffering severe head injuries. This is not the first time that Formula One had held its breath waiting for news on a driver with the last serious incident being Kubica's crash back in 2011. Kubica crashed at that year's Ronde di Andora rally and his car was penetrated by a crash barrier. The then-Renault F1 driver's right forearm was partially severed while he also sustained multiple fractures. The Polish driver has now called on the world's media to show some respect to...
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