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Formula One: Felipe Massa to display message of support for Michael Schumacher in Melbourne

Melbourne:  Felipe Massa will display a message of support for Michael Schumacher at Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, the first Formula One race since a skiing accident left the German legend fighting for his life.The Brazilian driver, a former teammate of Schumacher's with Ferrari, has said he will drive with the initials "MS" emblazoned on his helmet for the season opener in Melbourne.Seven-time world champion Schumacher remains in a medically induced coma since hitting his head on a rock while skiing at the French resort of Meribel on December 29.The 45-year-old is showing "small, encouraging signs" of recovery, his family said on Wednesday, while acknowledging...
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