F1 » Schumacher to get pre-test outing.


Michael Schumacher will conduct a three-day test with GP2 stalwart Super Nova in preparation for his F1 comeback with Mercedes Grand Prix this season

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richard

January 11, 2010 2:15 PM

ba, i wonder how brawn could know if schumi has lost nothing over the last three years. there has been NO testing, or so we are led to believe
but i have it from a reliable source, that there are still questions about schumis neck, to the extent that there is a two way out-clause in the contract, should the neck not hold up. this probably explains the three day test, just to see how his neck muscles are. but he would need to do a couple of race distances.

Taz - Unregistered

January 11, 2010 2:34 PM

@Richard

Out of interest are you a free lance journalist or do you work for a publication ? I notice you said you worked for autocar. You seem to have inside sources.

Was just curious, no matter if you feel you can't reply.

Tyrone - Unregistered

January 11, 2010 3:19 PM

Richard brawn should know during 2009 they were no testing for drivers in the championship who told you that schey did not drive brawn car think abouty it all of you .

richard

January 11, 2010 3:45 PM

tyrone, very good point.

taz, no, im not a journalist although i have penned two books. i never said i worked for autocar, but i knew windy from his autocar days. (not impressive). i have raced, not successfully, and rallied successfully. through family connections i have a limited access to some info from one team, most of which cannot be openly divulged. i have been on pit road on a few priveleged occasions, the last in shanghai 2008. more than that, i will not say.

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