F1 » Schumacher eyes 'unique' F1 comeback title aged 41


F1's most successful driver ever - Michael Schumacher - admits that he is chasing a 'unique' achievement in sensationally returning to the fray with Mercedes Grand Prix in 2010...

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107SS2009

December 28, 2009 7:43 PM

We can safely say that there will be no less than eight drivers including MS in a position to fight for the championship unless there is a surprise, inside these eight drivers he has as much a chance of winning or losing it as any of them.

107SS2009

December 28, 2009 8:46 PM

Stuart,I am not taking you wrong, not at all, but MS'S name is that great in F1 that all other drivers names are just sort of switched off by his return news and that seems to trouble some people.

sbb - Unregistered

December 28, 2009 9:13 PM

With Jean Toad and Bernie "my word is my bond" Ecclestone in his corner how can he fail next year! Get ready for many delayed results!

Ashley

December 28, 2009 9:15 PM

It is dominating the few headlines right now, but I am sure come January there will be a lot of news to report on.

@ 107SS2009 - I always like reading NL interviews, he always hits the nail on the head and pretty darn bluntly as well.

mac - Unregistered

December 29, 2009 4:53 AM

After watching him cheat his way to a couple of
extra world titles I was glad to see him gone.
I could never understand why as a good driver he would stoop to the levels he did.
He will find that at his age his reflexes will not be the same as they were,which will only bring about more of the dodgy behaviour he is well known for.
Must admit Bernie is always good for a laugh and he
knows how to find a dollar.US treasury should employ
him.

rob01

December 29, 2009 5:13 AM

There are a bunch of people getting tickled over the MS announcement. Bernie and Merc are glad that the tickling has started as the team and the series need a boost. Now all he has to do is show up in the pits and let the tickets be sold. Too much youth and hunger on the grid for him to do well. But I wish him luck.

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