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Bahrain circuit to honour Schumacher

Seven times world champion Michael Schumacher, still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December, is to have the first corner of Bahrain's Formula One circuit named after him. The German won the inaugural Bahrain race in 2004 and also advised on the design of the circuit. "From his first appearance... in 2004, he immediately became an inspiration for all those who love motorsport in the Kingdom and it is therefore natural for us to recognise him in this way," Bahrain International Circuit chairmanZayed al Zayani said in a statement on Sunday. Schumacher's representative Sabine Kehm said the family welcomed the move. "I am convinced Michael will...
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