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Schumacher visits recovering Massa

Michael Schumacher payed a short visit to his old team-mate and protege Felipe Massa in Budapest's AEK Hospital on Saturday.

The seven-time world champion tested a two-year old F2007, run by the F1 Clienti department of Ferrari, extensively on Friday as he prepares to stand in for the injured Brazilian in Valencia later this month.

His visit lasted 30 minutes, though he did not stop to speak to the press.

Former Ferrari boss Jean Todt also visited Massa in Budapest on Saturday morning, arriving separately to Schumacher.

Massa's personal doctor Dino Altmann has already confirmed the driver will leave the hospital and be taken to his home in Brazil by a private plane on Monday.

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