สมัครฮอลิเดย์ Fellow drivers have sent messages of support to Michael Schumacher

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สมัครฮอลิเดย์ Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher remains in a Swiss clinic, still in critical condition from a ski injury that left him in a coma for six months. But his family has released updated information on his condition, as well as the letters sent to him by his fellow drivers.

Link GClub Schumacher has sustained blood clots on the brain, and was placed in an induced coma. But he has reportedly been able to respond to voices and communicate via blinking, according to his family. The improvements raise hope that Schumacher might continue to improve. Currently he remains bedridden.

In the wake of his accident, several drivers reached out via handwritten note, and Schumacher’s wife Corinna has released those notes, along with a letter of her own thanking fans for being so supportive of their family.

สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 Here it is, the worst NASCAR sponsorship ad campaign ever

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สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 Look, we get it: sponsorship money is tough to come by these days in NASCAR. Sponsors hold all the cards, and teams and drivers have to hop to, behave, and generally boil themselves down into dull vanilla automatons in order to keep that sweet, sweet cash rolling in.

สมัครสมาชิก Holiday But this … this is too much. Kyle Larson, who’s good enough to drive at the Sprint Cup level but not old enough to have any kind of weight to throw around, has consented to this Cottonelle “Don’t neglect your bum” campaign. What’s it mean? Cottonelle makes both wet and dry toilet paper. “Bum” is a chippy British slang for, uh, tailpipe. And now we know more about Kyle Larson’s bathroom habits than we ever needed to know about anyone’s, including our own.

Only way this can be redeemed? If a subsequent ad reveals that there’s an actual bum sleeping out back of Kyle’s house that he’s been neglecting. Short of that, we can declare this The Worst NASCAR Ad Ever. But, hey, anything for publicity, right? Poor Kyle.

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