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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January 02, 2010 9:46 AM

Blaa blaa, do what you gotta do to win?, would you push someone on the grass?
Listen to what MURRAY WALKER felt like when commentating on one occasion DH held up MS.
Out of my way Demon! Says schumi, come on...out of my way or I will!!! Finally Demon has let the world champion through.

Gaz - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 10:26 AM

Rosebergs comments show a lack of killer instict.
He will never win the WDC with this attitude.
WTF is wrong with making someone back off :?
It been going on since long before Schumacher and Senna came along.
STFU and get on with it.

Whitdi - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 12:39 PM

Mansell,Senna,Prost,Hakkinen,Jones,Rosberg. You think all these guys drove round like they were on a Sunday outing? These guys were all very hard and ruthless drivers. Whats in common with Shuey? They were all World Champs at the job they were paid for. These guys put the money and talent where the mouth is and won.Maybe Rosberg jr should watch a lap of Rosberg Senior set the worlds fastest F1 lap at over 162mph average, and yes that record still stands at Silverstone. Nico, look at your for fathers,shut up and prove you can put your name up there with them. After all, you now have the Grandmaster as your team mate.

emir - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 12:43 PM

its one thing to make someone back off,
another to take them out.
Rosbergs right!
Thought it was f1 not deathrace 2000,
If someone had of died during these stunts
would you tell the family.

springbk - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 12:56 PM


I never said it was in the rule book I just pointed out the fact you cannot blame MS for robust driving as the great AS & AP did it before him. Which is something you all seem to keep forgetting Just think back to AS & AP in 2 Japanese grand prix's in a row they crashed into each other designed to affect the results of the gp and the wc.

DC - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:09 PM

For gods sake, this is 200mph stuff not 3mph dodgems with rubber bands round. Would dread to think what he would say if he stepped onto a World Superbike where hard riding,fairing bashing and 150mph highsides are the norm and yes, they walk away. Listening to Rosberg moan is like comparing an overpaid cheating footballer ( Ronaldo) to Joe Calzagie or Lennox Lewis. Shut up,fight and prove you can justify your position in a mans sport and not make it a sport for nancys.

dpm - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:56 PM

All the great drivers blocked and moved occassionly though it came too be more prominent in the eighties. Schumi turned into into an art form and used it much more. He was deeemed to be so dangerous though that first he was excluded from the championship for his collision with JV then again because of MS they changed the rules.
That said he he is still a better driver than either of the Rosbergs. And as for tactics and racing brain NS is still at nursery compared to MS.

dalejr88 - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:29 PM

hopefully now the master is your teammate NR, you can show them what you got..or maybe you dont have the guts or know how to drive F1 cars. In order for you to win races, you have to be aggressive. Not like you, your like a sitting duck. you are satisfied if you are already in the middle of the pack.. come on, STFU. If you are doing the dirty talking to put pressure on MS, well you are wrong..F1 is not for kids whining and don't know how to strategize.


January 02, 2010 2:46 PM
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Well, all I can say is Nico may have a point and yes Schumi did commit some fouls. Does Adelaide and Jerez ring a bell? Even the best can do stupid things out of desperation. Just ask Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve. :D

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