F1 » Schumacher not quitting as 'process' continues

Michael Schumacher has said that he is looking forward to a more level playing field next season as Mercedes works hard on 2011 car while its rival chase the title.

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Fox - Unregistered

September 25, 2010 10:56 AM

"This morning, well actually early evening, when the conditions were mixed, we looked quite good whereas, in the later second practice, we seemed to struggle more."

Get real Shury - you looked good early in practice while running around with small teams but struggled when the guns came out and got serious.

Furthemore you again got beat by your tem mate - you are your problem.

Jose - Unregistered

September 25, 2010 2:49 PM

Just wondering what car is Nico driving, after all as Shuey will tell us his problem is directly connected with the car.
Well we can easily see what is the problem is, a 10m blinking neon sign shines on that 41 year old 7 time WDC, not the car.
Another weekend, again you are just slow.

Merc will build a new one just for you my man. Next season you should be running in the top five consistently, reaching the podium a time or two.

We will expect nothing less. Next season the old man is back quick enough to kick ass. Boy we sure would like to see that.

Next season and the new car is the key..

If not, call Tiger Woods get a new putter take a few lessons....

As for F1 just Forgetabout it!


Jose - Unregistered

September 25, 2010 11:19 PM

Take a closer look at his teammate today and Iam willing to bet the farm tommorow he will be down the finishing order to Nico.

Shuey was...No, is a 7 time WDC, and you want to tell me that its the car. Well maybe you are correct, Nico should let the WDC guy have his car for the rest of the season...

Do you really think its the car me man..
Well if you do send me $20 bucks and I'll send you a six mo. tool ticket so you can use the Brooklyn Bridge for free!!


Alan D - Unregistered

September 25, 2010 11:39 PM

Jose, regardless of the car, do you really think Schumacher at this stage of his career should still be beating a highly rated Nico Rosberg? When you are 41 years old, its no disgrace being beaten by a younger and highly rated team mate. Now if Rosberg was winning races it might be different, but he's not setting the world on fire either.

As for your jibes about it can't be the car, you seem to think drivers are all clones of each other, and don't seem to have grasped the basic difference between understeer and oversteer. If you are genuinely interested in F1 you might want to try reading about it. It will improve your appreciation of how different drivers perform in different cars. Somehow though, I don't think you are that interested.

Jose - Unregistered

September 26, 2010 6:01 AM

@Alan D,

You know I think you are right, about clone drivers, cars and F1 in general. The whole sport has degenerated into A $ money show. What really ticks me off is this concept of pay drivers and the requirement of mega bucks to compete, or even join the show.

This traveling circus has turned into a money side show complete with lairs, cheats, and a assortment of wannabe competitors who's cars are about as fast as my old MR2. Cars on the grid running 2 to 3 seconds off the pole qualifying time.

Formula 1 is not about the best drivers, cars or teams...Money me Man, money.

I still watch, it not as enjoyable for me as it once was. Its Bernie's and the FIA
soap opera, not sport just entertainment.

The offer is still open, just send the $20 bucks and the Brooklyn bridge is yours...


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