F1 » Hakkinen insists Schumacher will win again, hints at F1 return

Arguably Michael Schumacher's greatest F1 rival, Mika Hakkinen, has backed the record-breaking multiple world champion to win again at the highest level - as the Finn eyes a possible return of his own...

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Manxie - Unregistered

April 26, 2010 10:07 AM

Another sober assessment from a man who should know (MUCH) better than some of these clowns posting their comments on Trash.net.

Michael will excite us again... watch this space

Mojo Jojo

April 26, 2010 10:40 AM

Hakk will be the perfect mentor to Lewis. His cool, calculated ways will surely only help Hammy mature more as a driver.

Lewis' physical skills as a driver are unquestioned, but it's the mental composure part that needs strengthening. That's where Mika, no doubt, will be an asset.

Yoda401 - Unregistered

April 26, 2010 12:39 PM

Schumi is being sabotaged!!! E.g when does a wheel ever just fall off an F1 car pre pit stop? They have double locking nuts to make sure that doesnt happen..

trev - Unregistered

April 26, 2010 1:39 PM

Settle down hero, excuses now sabotage, what next Ross backing against him at the bookmakers.

Hakkinen wasn't convincing on the concentration part and even Ross said he was having trouble on the easy stuff which could be put down to not holding concentration which is why Ross is stumped.

sas - Unregistered

April 26, 2010 3:22 PM

He wants to go around the world again with wife and son? If he wants, it's ok...but first he have to do some gym work, his belly is a little big...

Marty Harris - Unregistered

April 26, 2010 3:23 PM

Good points Mika but flaming heck, what are you playing at Crash?

First up that headline - Hakkinen "hints at F1 return" on a story that he might return as a ... manager. Don't treat us as idiots please. We would still have read the story had the headline said "F1 role".

Then this rot about "some are even suggesting" Schumacher will throw in the towel. Some? Who? To quote Margaret Thatcher, "name them!" I have read some lame British daily hacks reporting this but I am yet to see the suggestion attributed to a name.

Just bring us the news please Crash, we love you for it. But don't try to shape our thinking. Leave the sleaze to the tabloids.

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