F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who mastered magical Monza?


There were a number of stand-out performances to choose from in last weekend's F1 2011 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, but what we really want to know is, who gets your vote..?

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Duke - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 11:17 AM

Michael Schumacher was supreme in a lack lustre car.Give him a Red Bull Merc GP., and then you will see TRUE racing as it should be.Skill is what counts when the chips are down.
Lewis Hamilton cried foul,but decided to "button" it,after the race......HOWEVER Button Unbuttoned his,when he had no right to interfere.My opinion of Jensen is lowered now,he is getting too big headed..

soaum - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 11:30 AM

@Duke

so real racing is having your hero in the fastest car again? also your opinion of Jenson has lowered because he spoke out against Schumachers unfair defending?

I think people should stop using these boards if they can't be unbiased and give credit where it is due.

Ruben - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 11:32 AM

Schumacher.
In Belgium we got to see a glimpse of the old Schumi and in Monza he still posseses the driving on the limit skill.

But you also got to hand it to the Mercedes. Without DRS it was still faster then Lewis on the straights.

blzbub

September 12, 2011 11:33 AM

Schumie put a poor car in places it shoudnt have been and kept it there to provide entertainment for all but the most deluded, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa etc all added to the show, but for making it look easy, Sebastien Vettel (again), he is a phenomena!

elijah

September 12, 2011 12:03 PM

Monza was definitely a great race for Schumacher, he continued to show his old mastery but did get away with a double move across the track, good for him. However, the racing master was without doubt Vettel. He put in a great performance to get pole position, then controlled the race after what can only be described a superb pass on Alonso, which has put a nail into the coffin of his seeming historic inability to pass easily. A few more passes like this will certainly dismiss this tag about him from my mind for ever

MikeG - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 12:13 PM

Michael Schumacher. For another good showing in a pig of a car. For being prepared to race wheel to wheel with Hamilton to defend position. This is racing man. I can't understand the commentators and general whingers who moan about blocking. To me Michael's second move was marginal. We was correcting his line into the corner. Why must racing be about the fastest car always winning and being waved past by the slower cars. Sure deliberate weaving is dangerous and has no part in racing , but what Michael was doing was just brilliant racecraft.

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