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Heidfeld writes open letter to Robert Kubica wishing him a speedy recovery.
Good one Nick, I'm sure you really mean it.
Writing an open letter asking to lose his drive, no wonder you never won anything Nick.
I won a number of F3000 races in my day, and I do mean it. Get well soon Robert.
Saying it 50 times won't make it convincing Nick.
So did Allan McNish and look what happened to him.
My dear friend Allan has won Le Mans twice Michael!
My point exactly.
I'd like to echo Nick's sentiments about Robert. I'm finding the role of team leader to be a heavy burden.
Team leader? That's a good one, you could not even keep a steering wheel in your hands in the last race.
Get well soon Robert, we desperately, desperately, desperately need you back, listen to these two clowns.
Scottish rookie Paul di Resta claimed that 'marbles' had hit him on the hands and helmet throughout the race weekend.
Lewis Hamilton breaks Jim Clark's record for most F1 races with only one team.