F1 » Barrichello: I don’t want to go to heaven first

Rubens Barrichello hits out at Michael Schumacher over Hungarian GP move

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Tealeaf - Unregistered

August 02, 2010 2:29 PM

@ Hannah. You clearly want to make Hamilton the best ever or something but sorry to burst your bubble it's not going to happen he can't even shake off and 'blow away' Button yet, you want to dent schumi's legacy but that's ok because he is a ruthless animal and is a shadow of his former self but no need to kick someone when he's down, the day Hamilton wins 7 WDC snd 91 races you can say he's as good but just admit as bad as MS is as a human or a ruthless racer he's miles beyond Hamilton, alonso and vettel when he was in his prime, this mercedes car is no worse than the Ferrari he drove in 96 and he won 3 races in that dog of a car, he's an all time great. Shame he came back.


August 02, 2010 2:47 PM

Problem is MS hasn't really had a big off yet, he's always done this sort of thing right back to F3, all drivers that have had a severe accident will always complain about dangerous manouvers like that, they know the consequences. He knew exactly what he was doing, look at the images MS isn't even looking down the track.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

August 02, 2010 2:49 PM

No one's attacking Rubens here but let's get things straight people like this fake Hannah needs to get into their heads and realise that Hamilton is just as much a dirty racer as :-o!

And a cheat? Or people winning them the title? What like Kovalainen and glock gifting the title to the choker in 08 or maybe the hypocrite Ron Dennis assuring his golden boy that he's 'basically racing' fernando in the same team??

Wake up Rubens never won MS any titles


August 02, 2010 2:53 PM

OWN OPINION: Schumacher's move on Barrichello in the closing stage of the race was as dangerous as useless, and is rightly punished.
AFTER SEVERAL SLOW MOTION REPLAYS OF THE START OF THE PREVIOUS GP: Vettel's move on Alonso didn't let so much more room along the pit wall and, although not at such a high speed, there was a pack of cars following them, which makes it even dangerous and useless, if not more.
THEN: commentators (UK, NL, BE, FR, CH, and sorry for not speaking German) reacted negatively in both cases.
BUT: a pilot complained in one case only.
RESULT (except the usual immature hate on this site): only one punishment.
MORALITY: go figure...

stars and stripes - Unregistered

August 02, 2010 3:06 PM

@ LeaZyx

"RESULT (except the usual immature hate on this site): only one punishment."

i love all the immature hate on this site.... this would be a boring site if we all agreed with each other ah ?

fish fingers - Unregistered

August 02, 2010 3:18 PM

In the last 2 seasons its amazing that there havent been more serious injuries considering how many dramatic accidents we have witnessed. I think the most serious was Glock at Suzuka. And now we hear that the wheel tethers or not strong enough..
Regarding this incident it shows that Michaels judgement is 'normal' but his reactions are just not the same as they were. Its like in boxing where a boxer reaches a certain point in his career and he can no longer 'pull the trigger'


August 02, 2010 3:25 PM

Hamilton was never gifted the title by Glock in 2008 he won it fair and square,Glock was on the wrong tyres how many more times do we have to go over this stupid thing about how he let Hamilton through so he could win the title,do you think a german would want a brit to win i don't think so.

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