F1 » Haug fails to quell Schumacher talk


Norbert Haug does nothing to quell speculation linking Michael Schumacher to a drive with the Mercedes Grand Prix team

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JohnsonsEvilTwin

November 23, 2009 4:15 PM

Haug will not deny it because he is not a liar.

Rob01 tell me, with your insight on drivers of course.
How is it that you know better than Haug and Brawn by saying getting Rosberg was "nothing to write home about".
I ask only because i have yet to see what Rosberg is capable of in a decent car. Had Hamitlon been to Williams for his first team would he have won a race by now? I very much doubt that!

Rhino

November 23, 2009 4:26 PM
Last Edited 1857 days ago

They know each drivers abilities inside, I can't see why it's taking them so long. BUT, is this a smoke screen??????? and why isn't MS capable of talking for himself.

rob01

November 23, 2009 4:27 PM

Who said Haug was a liar? Or is this in reference to the fact that Brawn said he offered 12M after Button signed with McL. That was big news. Signing Nico is nice for Merc but not anything eye opening. It was mentioned weeks ago on this board and the only one excited was Hannah. And Hamilton has only raced for McL so I can not tell you how many races he would have won with Frank. Probably a few.

alex - Unregistered

November 23, 2009 4:47 PM

2009 did prove that, as far as we ever could tell, Hamilton would have won races with that Williams.........

Lewis made Rosberg look pretty ordinary in GP2, everybody else he made look like utter monkeys.

JohnsonsEvilTwin

November 23, 2009 5:01 PM

Alex and Rob01

You are suggesting that the Mclaren of this year has been as poor as the Williams of the last 4 seasons?

Let me paint you a picture of the season if you did not already know. McLaren started poorly but finished with with one of the fastest car on the grid, Yes? At certain KERS friendly tracks it was undisputably the quickest car out there!

Where the hell is this any NEAR to what Rosberg has had in the last 4 seasons!

I can safely say without McLarens expertise, Hamilton would have done no better than Rosberg.

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