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Massa: Kubica making a mistake going rallying

Felipe Massa has said he thinks former F1 driver Robert Kubica is making a mistake by competing in the World Rally Championship and that the Pole is 'risking himself' by being there. Kubica was tipped as a future F1 World Champion until his accident prior to the start of the 2011 Formula 1 World Championship, which came close to costing him his right hand and also possibly his life. Since then Kubica has forged a new career in rallying and took the WRC2 title last season in a specially-adapted Citroen DS3. This year he has stepped up to a full-blown WRC car, but while he has shown good speed, he has had a number of crashes, although most recently he was sixth on Rally Argentina after...
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