F1 » Rosberg: I want to learn from Schumi – and beat him


Nico Rosberg has revealed that whilst he might be widely regarded as Michael Schumacher's apprentice at Mercedes Grand Prix in F1 2010, he intends to learn from the master - and then beat him

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richard

January 04, 2010 4:42 PM

yes taz. two days ago, it was being reported that he had claimed that schumi made f1 dirty, now he says he wants to learn from him. does this mean that he wants to be as bad as he thinks schumi is???????

JohnsonsEvilTwin

January 04, 2010 5:31 PM

Nico Rosbergs previous comments on Schumi were made from Rosbergs point of view, Hakkinen was the driver Rosberg looked up to not Schumi. And he cited that Schumi had weaved the previous 2 laps, which is a fact.
Now in another universe had Schumi and Hakkinen touched wheels at 200mph it could have been a disaster.

This is what Rosberg was alluding to. I do think he would not have said that had he known Schumi was going to partner him in a "silberpfeile", and i believe he still respects the german immensely.
Belated Happy New Year!!!! :D

Ashley

January 04, 2010 5:46 PM

Oh no another 15 pages of lovers and haters of Schumacher! I wish Nico the best this coming year, he has a great opportunity right now, and I dearly hope he makes the most of it. He could provide some interesting results next year and become a front runner.

andrew mac

January 04, 2010 6:39 PM

Didn't he accuse Schumacher of making F1 dangerous? Bit of a wrong move surely making an accusation like that an then expecting the person he is critising to help him. Wall down the middle of the garage next year like in the Tech3 and works Yamaha garages this year anyone?

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