F1 » Schumacher 'still taking F1 seriously' – and 'on right path'


Despite wide criticism that his comeback thus far has fallen some way short of expectations, record-breaking F1 legend Michael Schumacher remains adamant he will make his detractors eat their words come season's end

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Mojo Jojo

May 07, 2010 1:54 PM

True, he may be calmer now, at the moment.

But it's really when he starts winning or getting a shot at it that he really gets obsessive and aggressive. That's when the infamous tenacity comes out.

Wait till Michael starts getting a sniff at the leaders, and you will see less of the calm and more of the storm.

8-bugref-8

May 07, 2010 2:45 PM
Last Edited 1545 days ago

Practice session2:
Vettel,
Webber,
Schumacher,
Alonso,
Hamilton,
Kubica,
Rosberg,
Massa,
Button,
Sutil

looking forward for the Quali and Race. looking at the session 2 it seems they are putting everything at it if you look at the session. all of them are trying to make a statement. But as Schumacher fan I am happy for him being in the mix. the precision, the pace his there guys its pretty nerve racking, I myself had doubt him but looking at his times. geez his pouring it in. But once again a lot of luck for you Michael Schumacher, My Apology at this point but Sandbagging will not work this time. they are really putting it in flat out.

Hugo Boss - Unregistered

May 07, 2010 3:03 PM

Well, Friday practice might encourage a few out there to shut their mouths for a while. Lost it has he Stirling?

And sad to see Crash still playing the silly tabloid game. "Some are even beginning to wonder if Schumi will see out the season"... Is that right Crash? It's a nice line and you keep saying it, but name these people please. Apart from some Fleet St hack, I haven't seen anyone quoted as saying they think Schumacher might quit.

C'mon Crash, don't treat us like dolts.

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