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 01, 2010 11:57 PM

There needs to be no argument about what is and isn't acceptable. F1 is what the FIA says it is or it's not a sport at all, merely a deathmatch won by the biggest psychopath on the track at each race.

mac - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:17 AM

And Schumacher was the biggest psychopath of them
all, this is why he will forever be tainted in F1.
What I witnessed when he was racing was sometimes
the good wheel to wheel stuff and in the desperate
times the "I'm going to take you out stuff."
These incidents could have led to the death of a
fellow driver.
Must admit the wheel to wheel dicing between two
great drivers is a far better spectacle and this
is what brings respect.
This is why opinion on Schumacher is so divided,
you only have to look at some of these posts, Schumacher 7 Rosberg 0, since when did we just become
result orientated no matter how it was achieved.


January 02, 2010 1:29 AM

There was a time, not long ago, when drivers and spectators, were often killed. Shooy grew up in that climate, Rosberg did not and never will. I used to like him alot when he first started, new blood and all that. Now he has become a pretty boy, something Shooy will never be, nor would he want to. A pure racer period. Rossy will never ever be that and you all know it. Sorry Rosberg, but you will never climb to the top due to looks-you must win. Perhaps Shooy will help you a bit, but I doubt it. Tough, aint it

ttt - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:31 AM

I didn't think this kid had any nuts, good for
you, you speak the truth, Schumacher was scum
now get out there any kick this arrogant buttheads

petrol - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:38 AM

@ Racy
You are such an ill informed d*ck, in racing past
the drivers had much more ill equiped cars in regard
to safety, cars that would catch fire pretty much on
impact. these same drivers would race hard but not
try to take someone out on purpose knowing what would

tripper - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:43 AM

Pretty boys - give me a break, the Schumacher brothers
look like they go to the Blue Oyster every night.
I believe Barrichello had a great sing-a-long to Michael in his native toungue.

springbk - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 1:59 AM

Sorry all you boys & girls and that includes you Nico! Alain Prost, Aryton Senna & Nigel Mansell bumped and ground their way around the GP circuits. Pushing into pit walls driving each other off the track to win world championships. Yes it was all done before Michael Schumacher joined the happy campers.

If you cannot stand the heat get out of the kitchen!!

:p :p

klostre - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:08 AM

I think everyone knows when someone has crossed
the line irrespective of who the driver is.
You may not be saying that if it was you with
someones front wheel shoved in your face.
Thats why the FIA has rules you *****!
I never read in the rulebook you could take someone
out on purpose to collect your next championship.

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