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Kubica should not be rallying - Massa

Sutton Images Enlarge Felipe Massa thinks Robert Kubica should quit rallying because it is too dangerous. Kubica's Formula One career was cut short after sustaining serious arm injuries in a rallying crash ahead of the start of 2011 season. He has since returned to rallying and now competes at the highest level in WRC, but is currently unable to return to F1 due to the after effects of his arm injury. Kubica has tested a DTM car and driven the Mercedes F1 simulator since his accident and Massa thinks he would be better suited to circuit racing over rallying. "He's a great driver but I don't think he's doing the right thing, I don't think rallying is the right thing for him,"...
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