F1 » di Montezemolo admits 'guilt' over Schumacher exit.


Luca di Montezemolo discusses Michael Schumacher's defection to Mercedes, the strength of Ferrari's current line-up - and the possibility of Valentino Rossi moving to F1...

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Taz - Unregistered

January 28, 2010 8:18 PM

Whats his problem.

Schumacher and Brawn dragged a frankly sorry team out of mediocrity and give the brand a massive marketing tool to shift their over priced Fiats.

I'm not the worlds biggest schumacher fan but I'm glad to see him back as is most people and it's good for F1.

Reading his comments on autosport, it's a bit baffling, I'm sure a lot of it is subtle leg pulling but still n all...... :rolleyes:

Dangerous Dave - Unregistered

January 29, 2010 1:19 AM

My girlfriend asked me how I would like to be buried. Apparantly "balls deep in her sisters sn**tch wasn,t the answer she was expecting. That my friends is yet another example of not understanding the question. Ring any Bells out there??? :)

Manxie - Unregistered

January 29, 2010 6:07 AM

This should shut all those who accuse MS of not wanting strong team mates. He was (apparently) willing to drive the 3rd Ferrari, meaning, he would pit himself directly against a strong Massa and a 2xWC Alsonso, only for Ferrari not being able/allowed that additional car.

Anyway, never liked that italian gitt :)

dellortodiagonale - Unregistered

January 29, 2010 8:34 AM

A few weeks ago I posted a comment, saying that Ferrari had been conceited in letting Schumacher go.
Today I've partially changed my mind.
If Scumacher had had a serious neck problem he wouldn't have been able to plan three years of competitions at the highest level.
I think that he didn't want to race on a bad car while out of condition and with a strong team mate as comparison, only to help his old pals. He lied and was somehow unfair.
As much as I admire him as a driver, I hope he will have a hard life.

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