F1 » Schumi of old increasingly re-appears as Mercedes picks up pace


Fernando Alonso might be right after all. On the strength of his and Mercedes Grand Prix's testing form over the past two days at Jerez, Michael Schumacher is increasingly marking himself out as F1 2011's dark horse...

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whizzo - Unregistered

February 12, 2011 5:11 PM

joes whats ur problem was michael the only driver on super soft tyres ease off the man back all that happen is you,ll can stand a guy at 42 rubbing shoulder with younger guys wait till the season finally start ok

RMedia

February 12, 2011 5:30 PM
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Ultimate lap times aside fact is the car is getting more consistent medium runs with reduced margins between first and last lap shows they are on the right track... and he made it no secret what tyres he was on but some people uses the supersoft tyres to say MSC is doing a glory run what a sad bunch!

I am sure Nico will benefit from it too... MSC have work hard during this week's test session and there is no denying his input have paid off... shame some people can see that no matter what :S

Duke - Unregistered

February 12, 2011 5:41 PM

THE LEGEND OF F1 IS GETTING HIS NEW COURT IN ORDER!

Most of Michaels ardent fans never wavered last year,as we know this man is not just an ordinary Champion we are watching, but a living legend.

We are all with you Schumi every step of the way.You can rise above the snipes of jealousy,the torrent of hate,abuse and mud thrown at you from lesser mortals.

THE LIVING,LEGEND IS BACK.NORMAL SERVICE IS RESUMED.

GO SCHUMI GO!

The Dude - Unregistered

February 12, 2011 6:04 PM

Duke: I can hardly type through the tears, such love, such passion! Seriously have a cup of tea & calm down. I'm no Schumi fan but IF he can put something special together for this season then good on him, if not lets not see anyone taking long walks off short piers.

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