F1 » Schumacher: The expectation has to be F1 2010 title

The king is back in the building. Michael Schumacher is to sensationally return to F1 in 2010 with Mercedes Grand Prix - and, the record-breaking legend reveals, his goal is world domination one more time...

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darren - Unregistered

December 23, 2009 4:41 PM

He's gonna smash it up!

The grid is very average at the moment, with only Hamilton & Alonso being considered world class.

We'll probably see some of the grid fillers that people get excited about for no apparent reason like the Vettels and Massas of this world getting shown the way round by the king.


Barry Wilkinson

December 23, 2009 5:16 PM

It will be interesting to see how brawns new car performs on it's debut without a boubt schumi will be of some benefit in the cockpit but the rules are about the same as 2009 except for no refueling and narrower front tyres so i do not think the rest of the players will be far behind if not infront you can never underestimate ferrari, mclaren and red bull racing. It is going to be an interesting season for all of us lets just hope the fia make sensible decisions when it comes to on track incidents as schumi has had plenty of suspect driving incidents.

Barry - Unregistered

December 23, 2009 5:28 PM

Gonna get beat by Alonso AGAIN......... And when he trys any of his dirty driving on Hamilton he is not gonna back off like the other MS raced against over the year. Lewis is as much a wheel to wheel racer as Schumi so its gonna be great to see what they do on the track!


December 23, 2009 5:38 PM

It's going to be great to see what happens. I have a hard time betting on a 40 yr old guy who's be away for 3 years even if is Michael Schumacher. Of course a lot will depend on the performance of everyone's car. But it's good to know he's not back just to ride around to be a rolling Mercedes billboard.

andrew mac

December 23, 2009 5:42 PM

Based on the Merc engines of the last few years, it is likely that they will produce a front-running engine. The combination of Schumacher and Brawn has been incredibaly successful and there is no reason why the pairing shouldn't be successful again.


December 23, 2009 5:58 PM

Regardless of the purported engine spec parity clause within the new Mclaren contract with Mercedes i do wonder if any engine updates will actually arrive in both the Mclaren and Mercedes (Brawn) garages at the same time now that the greatest (cheat) of F1 is back - without doubt updates will end up on Schumacher's car first before the others throughout the season

or am i being cynical.....:-o

Taking up Barry's point about no refuelling and narrower tyres, Button has the potential to lead the way in some races if the McMerc perfoms, same for Hamilton and Rosberg in the silver arrow if shubert shares the set up info.....

I think this next season could be a corker.

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