F1 » Schumi no magician, but confident he'll win again


Michael Schumacher has definitively sought to quell all speculation regarding the prolongation of his disappointing F1 comeback into another season in 2011 - insisting that whilst he may be no 'magician', he can win the title again

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kiwibob

July 23, 2010 10:51 AM

I will make my mind up when i see what he does with next years car which he will have import into if he cannot do it then i think it might be his time is up but not yet. As for the haters its has to be they wish someone would pay them what this man gets lol :)

Manxie - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 11:09 AM

No Michael, you are not... and no longer a youngster either.

first practice today does not look too good for him either, second last. I know this time does not reflect any of the cars true speeds, but hey, second last...tststs

I do hope he stays on and has at least some success or meets some of his objectives either 2010 (doublful) or 2011 (hopeful).

sutil is looking strong in his FI. :)

jesse

July 23, 2010 11:16 AM

I guess it's time to give Schumi a break. All these interview and people opinions are starting to mount really. He is slow so what? He knows it. His employer knows it. Everybody knows it.

jc - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 11:29 AM

Say what you will but i'm begining to think schumachers car is being sabotaged,its always his car that has problems never nico's just like today in first practice.

I've come to the conclusion that someone at mercedes doesn't want michael to succeed in his comeback year.

stone

July 23, 2010 11:51 AM

I think this has been done to death, it was always going to be hard coming back from a 3 year hiatus, it would be for a young driver. Let him have a new car built around him like Jenson said, and see what he does next year.
It will then be his own make or break year. I'm sure if he succeeds Norbert will say he never doubted him.


jc - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 12:03 PM

@arcuid

Why is it absolute crap.nothing suprises me anymore in f1.
for instance who'd have thought that a driver would be prepared to risk his life and and influence a race by putting his car into a wall,yet it happened.

just like in any job in life people can hold grudges against other people and then one day kapow its payback time.

Manxie - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 12:08 PM

JC - I've got not reference to what the issue with MS's car was. Could you elaborate - or anyone else who might have more facts on this to hand.

Thanks.

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