F1 » POLL: Is Schumacher’s penalty fair?


Was the decision to hand Michael Schumacher a grid penalty the correct one?

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Wyte Rokker - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 5:51 AM

He M.S obviously still feels self entitlement to do whatever, to perhaps makes up for the obvious fact that he cannot get the performance out of himself without all those former automatic features like automatic traction control, etc., AND a team mate hired to make way and let him win - - - I'm just sayin !

UK fan - Unregistered

August 12, 2010 5:53 AM

Regarding the "Senna was no maniac" post. Of course he was - and should have been stripped of his title after admitting he deliberately crashed into Prost! But the authorities lack courage and Schumacher should have had his license revoked - not for 'impeding' but for deliberate dangerous driving. He siad in another webiste he only had little mirrors! From a 7 times world champ - world chump more like! Little mirrors!! Beggars belief! As has been said he's pulled these stunst off before and got off too lightly.

Fernando1958 - Unregistered

September 17, 2010 6:49 PM

penalty is not fair at all.
There was no accident because of the good skills that Barrichello has. The horrible maneuver from Schumacher was just crazy. The penalty should be proportional with the intention. If somebody tries to hit me with a bat in the head and I jump away, I think that person should be put in jail for trying to kill me.
Also, what about Schumacher's history? He won his first race when he crash his out of control car against Damon Hill's car. If he hadn't, Hill will have won that year, not him. The very next year he try to crash against Jacques Villeneuve, and of course Jacques was expecting something like that and he avoid the problem and barely won that year. In Monaco he parked his car so he could have the poll position, but he was penalized.
How much bad precedent is needed to tell that guy you can drive anymore because you are a menace?

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