F1 » Rosberg to have upper hand on Schumacher


Mark Webber believes that former Williams team-mate Nico Rosberg can be top dog at Mercedes GP this year.

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Duke - Unregistered

March 25, 2010 2:07 PM

Well done Jacques, finally someone with some common sence. Racing is not for the faint hearted, the fact that Shumacher was so close to Rosberg after a 3 year absence speaks volumnes about his abilities. The next 3 races will reveal whether or not Shumacher can get back to his former glory, declaring Rosberg the winner of this duel is premature and foolish.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

March 25, 2010 2:15 PM

@Dairmuid just a bit of sport my friend. Regarding Bragging rights, NR has them at present and that's a fact, excuses for MS are just that. excuses. Of course the other bit about Neil Peart is also clearly fact. How many drummers does it take to change a lightbulb? Two, one to do the job and the other to tell the first how much better Neil Peart would have done it.

J.E.T - Unregistered

March 25, 2010 2:34 PM

C'mon Gassolini,

If you are suggesting MS is past it on the basis of Bahrain you are overlooking some very stark points.

1)first competitive race in 3 years
2)his injury(yes yes, he is better but everyone made mention how Shuey used his eyes and shoulders to turn instead of his neck when he was in news conferences)
3)He had a quicker Race Lap than Rosberg
4)The car suits Rosberg as it understeers. We all know shumacher loves oversteer entry/neutral exit. The MGP001 does the opposite!

So I repeat, wait till Spain possibly even a bit later, maybe race 7 or 8 then make your call.

Racy

March 25, 2010 5:14 PM

Sure Ringo was not Moon or Bonnom, but being a converted left hander, he has his own half-stagger to all his beats. Many have tryed but none can copy it.
Villy is right, just wait a bit Marky, you may have wished you had kept your pie hole closed.

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