Jan 17

F1: Manager — Schumacher ‘Stable’ But Remains In Induced Coma

The long-term prognosis for Michael Schumacher remains unclear. (Photo: Getty Images)

The long-term prognosis for remains unclear. (Photo: Getty Images)

Michael Schumacher remains in stable condition following a skiing accident that left the great with severe head injuries and in a coma since Dec. 29, his manager said on Friday.

The statement from manager Sabine Kehm does not mention the word “critical” for the first time in describing the condition of the seven-time world champion.

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Jan 17

WRC: Kubica Retires From Season-Opening Monte Carlo Rally; Ogier Leads

French driver Sebastien Ogier leads after the second day of the Monte Carlo Rally. (Photo: Getty Images)

French driver leads after the second day of the . (Photo: Getty Images)

World Champion Sebastien Ogier won three of five stages Friday to take the lead in the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally, while had to retire after skidding off the road on the second day of the race.

Ogier led fellow Frenchman by 51.1 seconds. of Britain slipped to third, 1 minute, 38 seconds off the lead. Mads Ostberg of Norway and Jari-Matti Latvala of Finland rounded out the top five.

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Jan 17

Cars: Friday Barrett-Jackson Car To Watch — Hendrick’s ’72 Buick Coupe

One of Rick Hendrick’s cars that will be going across the block today is this lightly resto-modded 1972 Buick GS 455 Stage 1 coupe

One of Rick Hendrick’s that will be going across the block Friday at is this lightly resto-modded 1972 Buick GS 455 Stage 1 coupe. (Photo: Tom Jensen)

NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick also owns a booming vintage car business and he’s been known to buy and sell the best of the best in classic muscle cars. Hendrick is selling more than 20 cars at the 43rd annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and he’ll doubtless be buying a few as well.

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Jan 17

F1: Doctors fear Schumacher ‘could be in a coma forever’

Michael Schumacher is a seven-time F1 champion. (Photo: Getty Images)

is a seven-time champion. (Photo: Getty Images)

More than two weeks after Michael Schumacher was placed into a medically induced coma, multiple German papers reported Thursday that doctors fear the racing champion “could be in a coma forever.”

Schumacher injured himself in a Dec. 29 skiing accident in the French Alps. He was taken to Grenoble University Hospital in France, where he was placed into the coma.

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