F1 » 'Flawed' Schumacher was 'all over the place' in F1 2010


Michael Schumacher's off-colour return to F1 competition this year only served to confirm that the German legend is 'flawed' and his record of seven drivers' titles 'misleading', contends British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss

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Robbo - Unregistered

December 07, 2010 11:17 AM

Stirling Moss knew what it was like to have legendary team mates- eg Juan Manuel Fangio (in the Mercedes) Jack Brabham (in the Cooper Osca) and Jim Clark (in the Lotus Maserati). MS never had team mates of that ilk to contend with. Moss probably thinks that MS would probably not have survived to win one WDC if he had raced in the late 50's and early 60's when mistakes or dangerous driving were often paid for by your life. Very interesting, however, that Damon Hill has come out swinging for MS.

7xWDC - Unregistered

December 07, 2010 11:24 AM

1994,1995 MS won titles without the best car
2000, mclaren car was as good as ferrari.

that makes 3 titles which is 3 more than the old man who had never able to won a single one.

wjpbill - Unregistered

December 07, 2010 11:32 AM

At least Schumacher has never fallen down his own lift shaft!

Stirling, let's face it, you have criticised everyone over the years, Fangio, Hill, Schumacher and even Donald Campbell when he broke the land speed record in horrnedous conditions in Australia.

Time to take your pills.

Frank G

December 07, 2010 12:23 PM
Last Edited 1449 days ago

Need to read the original article since Crash and the media in general usually like to give some twists in these interviews to generate some controversy.
Not sure if SM would have really said exactly what is published here...

Diarmuid - Unregistered

December 07, 2010 12:55 PM

“The fact he was a seven-time world champion ruins what being a world champion is all about,”

And what exactly would you know about that Stirling? You drove in a time when 90% of the drivers were rich playboys. This coot has always had it in for Schumacher. People seem to forget that Rubens was one of the most highly rated drivers in F1 when he joined Ferrari and was always touted as a potential world champion. The man is a fool.

Henk uut Grunning - Unregistered

December 07, 2010 1:00 PM

The most interesting thing in this load of b*ll story is that Damon Hill again proves to be a true gentleman. Only a great man says something like that about a big rival. I'm not a fan of the racer Damon Hill, but he scored points in my book.

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