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Michael Schumacher refuses to get too downbeat, despite traffic playing a part in his qualifying session at Albert Park

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marbles

March 27, 2010 2:45 PM

Read the article on Autosport--Schumacher went to Charlie Whiting for clarification about what constitutes blocking and had a word with Alonso.He was also mumbling about Hamilton.Maybe he wants to work out what he can get away with at the next race.Seems like the leopard never changes its spots. :rolleyes:

Manxie - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 3:35 PM

@marble... MS being out of the sport for 3 years might have nothing to do with the fact that he might want/need/require clarity on an issue that he feels he needs some answers to.
Sounds like, in your limited view, he's not allowed to do that, but, it is quite alright for McL to question the legality of the RedBull....tststs...

BTW, in support of my comment about how LH always has to comment on other drivers, mostly unqualified, and that he should rather concentrate on his own racing, and should apply his so called new found wisdom, here a snippet from Horner (RedBull) who seems to thinks similar to me... enjoy

Darn it woun't fit.. will have to open a new post with Horners comments.

Manxie - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 3:36 PM

"Horner said on Saturday: "There are funny things happening at McLaren - Lewis managing Mark, Ron reckoning we have a fuel problem and now Martin reckons we have a ride-height control." " :D

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