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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einstein (NL) - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:49 PM

Oh, come on, put a sock in it. Go back to karts when the going get's too tough for you. You never heard Rosberg bashing on Schumi, but now that he's becoming his teammate (and turning you in a definately number 2. Fry's comment on wanting to get the title with Schumi says it all) he's whining.
Senna is a good example. Take Senna and Berger: Senna ran you off the track and Berger basically invited you to go past. What the h*ll is your point?
The color of fear is brown, Rosberg... :)

Whitdi - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 3:15 PM

Nico-Every motor racing circuit in the world has a universal sign. MOTOR RACING IS DANGEROUS. If you think it is dangerous as you appear to be moaning about,then go do a normal 40hr wk job and let someone who wants to succeed with the current terms and conditions have a go. There are many knocking on every F1 Teams Door after you gone.

George Zaidan

January 02, 2010 3:21 PM

Nico Rosberg is going to get a beating from Michael Schumacher that he'll never forget for the rest of his boring unsucessuful formula 1 career. What have you done lately Nico other than complain? When you retire you'll retire a no-body and no one will give a damn.

Chas - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 3:40 PM

Nico is a real talent you only have to remember his first season to realize that and he is also a sportsman and this season will probably become a GP winner. If MS had driven in the eighties or before there is no way he would have achieved the results that he has. He had so many offs and accidents that he would have lost his life very quickly. Having been a motor sport fan since the fifties I am glad that it is now safer, to call anyone who drives F1 scared does show a complete lack of understanding of the sport.

blzbub - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 4:32 PM

schumacher usually only pulled those manouvers against drivers who were not too aggresive, note he forced Alonso onto the grass down the hanger straight in 03, Alonso noted that one and Schumi thought better of it at 130R in 05. He put Raikkonen on the grass in Magny Cours 02, Raikkonen noted that one and repaid him in Australia 03. Apparently its called 'racing' Nico!

KraschF1 - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 7:09 PM

Schumacher isnt a dangerous or reckless driver..he is simply the most successful driver in f1 history-for every overtake he has failed to complete there is 10 brilliant passes, countless nail-biting quali laps, and almost one hundred of awe-inspiring,faultless and beautifully orchestrated grand prix victories..F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport that any driver(be it touring car, rally, open wheel, kart racer etc..)aspires to conquer..Schumacher's talent and determination may have caused controversy, but behind closed doors any driver who has had the opportunity to challenge him would ,at the very least, acknowledge his speed and racecraft as the finest ever seen..welcome back Schumi!

davecooper - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 9:39 PM

I have always liked Nico, he is a talented driver who kept his mouth shut and got on with the job. He was faithful to his old team and was now moving to another which would in all likelihood give him some wins, especially with Mercedes onboard. Why is he now coming out with comments such as this which, even if there is an element of truth in them, will not endear people to him. MS is not an angel but he is coming out or retirement with, if news stories are to be believed, the intention of going for another championship. Mercedes Benz will put a lot of money and effort into ensuring MS and thus NR have a winning car. Nico, don't throw away this opportunity, you will need Schuey on your side.

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