F1 » Schumacher not balanced at Shanghai

Mercedes GP's Michael Schumacher struggles again and admits in 'certain areas' he was just not quick enough.

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Mr. Kruger - Unregistered

April 17, 2010 12:32 PM

I respect all the people saying that wait and see by the middle of the season. I agree that about 5 races in we will see if he has progressed. To be honest I do not at this point think he can lift his game so significantly that he can win GPs. It is sad, but I for one regret his comeback as he is bound to ruin his reputation if he continues with these poor results.

c,mon Schu - Unregistered

April 17, 2010 1:18 PM

It is still early days,only a fool would write off such a champion so early in the season.Do i think he can win the championship "probably not".But i do think he will win at least one race this season and add alot of interest to F1 when he does. Time catches up with everyone eventually,but i dont think Schu is done yet. :) :)

clint - Unregistered

April 17, 2010 1:28 PM

Mr Kruger,are you 4 real ? i know what your getting at but really for Schumacher to ruin his legendary reputation he would have to do alot worse than sitting on the second row of the grid.He is far from embarassing,and the record books will show that we were all blessed to have seen this man drive at any time.
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Ferrari2604 - Unregistered

April 17, 2010 5:35 PM

I am becoming increasingly fed-up with the nonsence ramblings posted by the likes of CDF and his fellow croanies, you idiots have simply no idea about an F1 car and the mechanics behind it. The car now being used my Schuey was designed with 'Button' in-mind not Schuey, it will take a great deal more advancement before the car is in good shape and Schuey has had the opportunity to fine tune the car to suit HIS style of driving.

Out of everyone who has said anything regarding MS comeback, only David Coulthard has made an accurate assessment of the whole situation.


April 17, 2010 5:47 PM

He's always had his cars set up very differently to most drivers so it's probably difficult for him to drive a "normal" car. When he left Benetton and Alesi and Berger moved there, they described his car as impossible to drive.

MichaelE - Unregistered

April 17, 2010 6:24 PM

@ Ferrari2604 more excuses I see! When will u and the other Schumacher lovers start giving Nico some credit? He's a good driver! As for Schumacher he's done! stick a fork in 'em!!!


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