F1 » Coulthard: 'Something is clearly missing' with Schumacher


Michael Schumacher's former rival-turned-BBC F1 pundit David Coulthard contends that with the 'tipping-point' fast approaching to judge the German legend's return to top flight competition in 2010 with Mercedes Grand Prix, 'something is clearly missing'

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Nori fan - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 1:49 PM

I reckon Schuey should sack F1 and go to DTM. In my personal opinion, I think he would have a better time there, less pressure, better results and would be guaranteed the best Merc on the grid.

FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 2:06 PM

We all know MS needs, the entire MB F1 team focused around him and him alone. When he gets that, he'll win cause that's what Ferrari gave him. Ross Brawn knows this, they all know it. That's whats misssing we just need MC or MB to actually say it.

Commodore S - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 2:07 PM

Geez thats a bit harsh P.C.

I reckon M.S did make the wrong judgement in returning to the sport.

Why? He underrated to=days competitors together with being lured by Brawn and reminded of the old days which no longer exist.

Canada really showed he is flawed it to-days F1 however he can still retire at seasons end with his reputation intact hopefully.

Bobby B - Unregistered

June 17, 2010 2:10 PM

What is missing with Schumacher? How about:

1 - Driver aids
2 - Continual FIA assistance
3 - A weak team mate
4 - A car that has an unfair advantage over it's rivals thanks to a special agreement with the sports governing body

I think that about sums it up nicely :)

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