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Ross Brawn backs privacy over Schumacher's health

Formula 1 boss Ross Brawn has backed the policy of Michael Schumacher's family to keep the former champion's medical condition private. Schumacher celebrates his 50th birthday tomorrow, five years after a skiing accident left him with a serious brain condition. Little has been revealed of the German's health since the accident. F1's head of motorsport Ross Brawn, who helped Schumacher's success in Formula 1, and has visited the former champion since the accident, believes privacy is the best policy in this instance, despite a huge appetite for information from the star's many fans. "I am constantly in touch with Corinna, and I totally agree with their...
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