F1 » F1 2011 POLL: Should Schumacher have received a penalty?


It's time for you to let us know what you thought about the Michael Schumacher/Lewis Hamilton scrap at Monza last weekend. Did 'Schumi' go too far, or did Lewis simply get a dose of his own medicine..?

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Rob01 - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 4:53 PM

Button had a ring-side view of the battle between his McLaren teammate and Schumacher.

“He was moving across to the left and then to the right, which I don't think was all that bright,” said Briton Button, according to the Sun.

“One move (is allowed). Maybe he has just lost his memory,” Button said of the 42-year-old German

Duke - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 4:58 PM

Michael Schumacher was very fair with Hamilton,and showed immense skill by driving on the edge lap after lap.As he rightly said,Hamilton was driving on the edge too.This is F1 racing at it's best,what we all want to see.

sidney - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 5:01 PM

Schumacher was wrong. When you elect to make your move you declare which side of the track you want for your corner entry, you should then only move from the extreme of that side to the middle of the racetrack and no more to allow others to safely have a go at an overtake. He was blocking and Ross Brawn and others new that by their comments

End of story

Rob01 - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 5:03 PM

MS was holding up Lewis. It wasn't great driving. Great driving would have been holding Lewis behind but not losing time to Vettel. After MS held up Lewis they were double digits behind the leader. Very poor form.

The Good Lord - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 5:04 PM

I don't often, if ever, agree with a single word that ever comes out of Button's mouth ...but the below quote is spot on!

And lest we forget...

Such antics give the 2nd-F1-career-Scummy another reason to approach his post-race interviewers with that seemingly now permanently fixed sophorific lop-sided grin of his ...and go into his now masterly denial-mode!!

Regards


tGL

“He was moving across to the left and then to the right, which I don't think was all that bright,” said Briton Button, according to the Sun.

“One move (is allowed). Maybe he has just lost his memory,” Button said of the 42-year-old German

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