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Scott Speed breaks back in hard landing at Nitro Games

Former F1 racer Scott Speed has broken his back in a rallying incident in the United States. The former Toro Rosso racer Scott Speed has suffered back injuries in a hard landing while taking part in a rally in the US. Now driving for Subaru in the American Rallycross Championship, Speed was taking part in the Nitro World Games when he landed hard from a jump. A statement from Subaru Motorsports USA said: “Unfortunately, Scott Speed suffered a back injury during the first qualifying heat after a hard landing over a jump. He was able to finish the heat and exit the car, but has been transported to a local hospital for medical evaluation. Scott will miss the remainder of the event.” Speed...
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