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Formula 1

F1 sends messages of support to Schumacher
Both his former team Mercedes and the current Formula One world champion sent messages of support during Tuesday’s preseason testing to German great Michael Schumacher as he continues in coma a month after a skiing accident.
Red Bull unveils car for 2014 Formula One season
Four-time defending world champion Vettel and new teammate Daniel Ricciardo pulled the tarp off the RB10 on Tuesday at the Jerez circuit.
Michael Schumacher in ‘stable’ condition: spokeswoman
"Michael’s condition is still considered as stable,” Sabine Kehm said of Schumacher.
Formula One’s Ecclestone to step down at F1 for bribery trial
Bernie Ecclestone will step down as the head of Formula One’s holding company pending the outcome of a bribery trial in Germany, the organisation announced on Thursday.
‘Quack quack’ Button reunited with his two little ducks
McLaren’s Jenson Button has chosen to roll back the years and race this season with the number 22 that he used in his 2009 title-winning campaign.
‘Slight improvement’ in Schumacher’s condition: Source
Schumacher remains in a critical condition in hospital where he has been in a medically induced coma since the accident on December 29 in the French ski resort of Meribel, where he owns a chalet.
Michael Schumacher still ‘critical’ as probe focuses on helmet camera
But investigators may yet find another clue in a film made by a German witness, who claimed to have captured Schumacher’s accident by chance, German news magazine Der Spiegel reported late on Saturday.
Ferrari will keep Raikkonen busy
Kimi Raikkonen is no more a fan of Formula One simulators than Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo but the Finn can expect to be spending a lot of time in one now he is back at Maranello.
Michael Schumacher ‘stable', enters New Year in coma
“At the moment, he is stable,” the seven-time world champion’s manager Sabine Kehm told reporters massed outside the hospital in Grenoble on Wednesday.
Schumacher improving but still in danger after ski accident
Schumacher entered the new year in a critical condition and doctors unsure of his future after a second operation to remove a blood clot in his brain.
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