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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m - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:31 AM

The stupid kid wants to butt heads with a racing legend?
Very arrogant , he'll last half the season before he
gets kicked to the curb.

ttt - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:47 AM

The old Shoe will be the one kicked to the kerb,
he won't even be mid-pack,even in a good car.
Big dissapointments ahead for you fools.
3 years out, 41, and he's going to smack the
best in the world. Dream On!

mac - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 2:59 AM

An even bigger bunch of fools can't see the forest
for the trees.
Schumacher wasn't brought back because they all
thought he'd win the WDC, he was merely a floatation
device for the good ship F1 to buy time.

jenson sucks - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 3:11 AM

"he was merely a floatation
device for the good ship F1 to buy time"

Maybe I'm too old, but what is that supposed to mean? Buy time for what? If your insinuation is that he is a marketing ploy to put butts in the seat, that really doesn't say too much for the current crop of greatest drivers in the world to keep F1 interesting, eh?

Guess if I was the great Button, or Hamilton, or unibrow ... I'd hang my head in shame knowing they had to dust off some old tart to sell a ticket to an event I was participating in.



mac - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 3:23 AM

@jenson sucks

Lets have a look, Liar gate, Spy gate, Crash gate,
Manufacturer pullouts with Renault teetering on the
edge and Ferrari threatening to do so all citing F1
has no relevance anymore to their product. The green
momentum which sees F1 still very much in its infancy.

Nope, can't think of any reason to distract the
public with positive news whilst buying time.

jenson sucks - Unregistered

January 02, 2010 3:49 AM

So ... I still don't grasp 'buying time'. Why would they need Schumacher (especially with so many labeling him a cheat and a liar) to help save F1? He would appear to be the least likely candidate what with all his past transgressions, no?

I do like that you mention all the damage done to F1 by those that were meant to take over from this most unsavory sportsman, he calls it a day, F1 goes to pot, awesome!

For me who has watched him since his debut, he simply wouldn't come back to sell out, why? He just doesn't need the money, or the publicity, or the ****ers going on about how washed up he is. He would have to come back to prove he can still win, possibly even taking an 8th title.

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