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As Bernie Ecclestone continues to wrestle with the business problems of Formula One – rumours still persist that up to three of the smaller F1 teams may boycott today’s US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, later today after two went into administration last week – it is perhaps worth remembering that the plight of two drivers.

I’m referring, of course, to Jules Bianci of the Marussia team – still receiving intensive care in Japan after his crash in the Grand Prix there a few weeks ago – and Michael Schumacher, the seven-times world champion, who is now being cared for at his home in Switzerland.

Here’s a piece on Schumacher’s plight by Allan Hall and Olga Craig that appears today on the website of the DAILY MAIL

About Tom Hollingworth

Tom Hollingsworth is a former deputy sports editor of the Daily Express. For many years he worked in a sports agency, representing mainly football players and motor racing drivers. Tom holds a private pilot’s licence and flying is his principal recreation. More Posts