28 May '11, 12pm

Motor racing-F1 drivers promote road safety at Monaco GP (Yahoo! Singapore)

MONACO, May 28 (Reuters) - Nico Rosberg joined other Formula One drivers in promoting a road safety campaign on Saturday, moments before he wrecked his Mercedes in final Monaco Grand Prix practice. The Monaco resident, who was unhurt in the crash, had appeared with team mate Michael Schumacher, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa and Renault's Nick Heidfeld to help FIA president Jean Todt raise awareness for the governing body's 'action for road safety' campaign. Martin Sorrell, chief executive of advertising agency WPP and involved in designing the campaign logo, also joined the photocall. Todt told Reuters that German helmet maker Schuberth had provided a special edition model to be auctioned off in aid of the campaign. He explained that the company had been in breach of the homologation rules earlier in the season. "It was a couple of grands prix back. I didn't w...

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