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Kubica should quit WRC - Massa

Felipe Massa believes former Formula One driver Robert Kubica should no longer take part in the World Rally Championship (WRC) because the sport is too dangerous. Kubica's promising F1 career was tragically cut short when he suffered a serious arm injury during a rallying crash before the start of the 2011 season. Since then, the Pole has returned to rallying at currently takes part in the elite level of the sport, WRC. However, he is unable to return to F1 due to the after effects of his old injury. He has, though, tested a DTM car and driven the Mercedes F1 simulator. "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...
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