F1 » Rosberg: It was Schumi who made F1 dangerous


It has emerged that before he knew Michael Schumacher would be his team-mate at Mercedes Grand Prix in F1 2010, Nico Rosberg had accused his compatriot of taking driving standards in the sport to a new low...

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iceman - Unregistered

January 01, 2010 2:36 PM

Rosberg please shut up. All you've done is complain about everything the last year. Why not just focus on putting your skills to good use and prove your an elite driver by winning some races next year.

Whether right or wrong, Schumacher did everything in his power to win races. He has the killer insinct many drivers lack.

Rog, Rishton - Unregistered

January 01, 2010 2:53 PM

Rosberg's spot on. Many times Schumacher made demands on how fellow drivers should behave on track during driver briefing sessions only to do the complete opposite when the race started- just ask Hienz-Harold Frentzen. Schumacher may have been multiple World Champ but it is on record that he is flawed.

RawDawg

January 01, 2010 3:16 PM

tom and iceman

Yes Schumacher is very talented and has won many races and titles but Rosberg is right. It would one thing if he was blowing hot air but he's correct. Just because you wins races doesn't mean it's ok to run others off the road or do what you please. They aren't racing amusement park karts - they are racing open wheel open cockpit rocket ships. They aren't design to touch each other so chopping someone off is very dangerous.

iceman - Unregistered

January 01, 2010 4:09 PM

Why does everyone always blame Schumi. Everyone's hero Senna was setting plenty of new lows himself with his reckless driving also before Schumi arrived on the scene.

However, they're both legends so there was some great skill to go along with those reckless actions they took.

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