F1 » Jordan: 'Disillusioned' Schumacher, Brawn heading for exit


Eddie Jordan - the man who gave Michael Schumacher his big-time F1 break two decades ago and correctly forecast that he would make a return to top flight competition this year - now predicts the German legend is ready to walk away again...

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nossense - Unregistered

September 16, 2010 11:07 AM

MS is a deception since 2002... having a superior car than hos teammate...he happened to finish behind Barrichello in more races than strategy or logic would indicate.

From that onwards...his performances were a sum of team orders FAKERY, superior equipment, better strategies, etc...

Now inside a FAIR team, true colors have arised and MS reflects in the mirror as the mediocre he always was: sure Traction Control (illegal at Benneton and Ferrari until 2001) played a big role in this SCAM...

Alan D - Unregistered

September 16, 2010 11:24 AM

At this stage in their respective careers, you'd expect Nico, if he really is good enough to be a championship contender, to be out-driving an older Schumacher who has been away from the sport for three years and nowadays only gets to drive the car once a fortnight.

The real problem is that Nico isn't setting the world alight either. He has three podiums, but they haven't looked like winning drives. When Kubica grabbed a podium with the Renault, you felt he was competing for the win. When Rosberg has grabbed podiums you tend to notice him towards the end of the race and wonder how he got there. The car is just average. That's the best you can say about it.

Fox - Unregistered

September 16, 2010 11:38 AM

No doubt Merc board and Shuey fans would be very disappointed with Shueys overall performance and hope of him winning a race let alone a WDC is fast diminishing

richard

September 16, 2010 11:39 AM

not that eddie is always right, i am glad to see that he agrees with what i said some time ago, that brawn was unhappy and at odds with merc.

but eddie, i dont like your pyjamas!

Binza - Unregistered

September 16, 2010 11:39 AM

I was under the impression all of the drivers only get to drive the cars every fortnight(at the race weekends) with all the limits imposed!

vmxer - Unregistered

September 16, 2010 11:48 AM

I'm not a Shuey/Merc fan but I really thought Shuey would do a lot better than he has.

The top F1 drivers expected him to be a front runner.

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