F1 » Alesi: Barrichello title bid inspired Schumacher F1 return


Former Ferrari star Jean Alesi has pointed to the title-challenging form of Rubens Barrichello in 2009 as a key motivation in the sensational return of Michael Schumacher with Mercedes Grand Prix in F1 2010

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FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

January 28, 2010 12:08 PM

I think Jean Alesi is mostly right especially the last paragraph. Schumi is a pure racer. He wants to feel like a winner again. If the Merc is good, 100 F1 wins is on! What a stat! You know he wants it.

James Montgomery

January 28, 2010 2:59 PM

@ BA.... what does Alesi know? Well as an ex racer I would guess alot more than you!....

Not everyone hates schuy.... I for one am a fan of him and while I am pleased to see him back... I am still nervous if this comeback will fail!

Eitherway it is good for the sport to have such a big name return and with him not at Ferrari either it should mean no more FIA + Ferrari Bias racing :)

Chris - Unregistered

January 28, 2010 3:10 PM

@BA - I don't hate Schuey either - in fact I'm rather impressed that he's back when he has nothing left to prove. He's racing because he loves it. Surely you believe that's great for F1?

andrew mac

January 28, 2010 5:52 PM

BA you crazy fool. Not everyone hates Schumacher. Only your ilk does. Schumacher and Alesi are apparently pretty good mates so I would imagine that Alesi knows what he is talking about. I wonder if he will make a come back? Good if he did.

George Zaidan

January 28, 2010 7:09 PM
Last Edited 1627 days ago

From Planet-F1.com
Luca Di Montezemolo Insists Michael Schumacher Would Be Driving For Ferrari If They Were Allowed To Field A Third Car...

"I am the author of this big issue because it was me who gave him the will and the desire to go on," Luca di Montezemolo of Schumacher. "I never imagined him with a different car to a Ferrari."

You blew it Luca now get lost and take your 3rd car with you.

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