F1 » Schumacher driving as well as Rosberg, says Fry

Mercedes Grand Prix CEO Nick Fry has again defended Michael Schumacher in the wake of the record-breaking multiple F1 World Champion's dismal Canadian Grand Prix performance last weekend - insisting the German legend is 'continuing to improve'

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June 17, 2010 10:30 AM

This comment just sums up the bloke showing how naive and stupid he actually is. What does he actually do at mercedes??? Yes nick, schumacher is doing as well as rosberg. he is behind him the championship, he has been outqualified and raced numerous times, he has made numerous mistakes and has showed desperation in his driving e.g canada. he has also been given a car more suited to him with longer wheelbase and still gets smashed on track! jeez louise! :rolleyes:

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 10:44 AM

I have no desire to see MS out of F1, he is certainly more entertaining as a desperate underachiever than in his previous demi-God persona, BUT we have seen Red Bull respond (pathetically) to public opinion regarding 'Turkeygate', I wonder if Merc will start to feel the chill wind of ridicule, and whether they will respond likewise?

FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 11:25 AM

Why is MS putting himself through this? We all know how MS works, build the entire team around him and he'll deliver just like 91 times before. Driving as well as Rosberg would be OK if it means podiums but it don't, it means running 7th, 8th or worse. To say he's driving as well as Rosberg is actually a damming statement. He should be up to pace by now and lets be honest, MB brought him to win races

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