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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. - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 9:07 PM

You are right racing used to be RACING all about crossing the finish line first, back in the day you would do anything to make up for a machine disadvantage and Schuey is from that generation. Its not a Time Trail. These days they think if their running point smthing of a second faster you should get out of the way! I dont want a Time Trail procession unlike alot of currant fans that obviously do. Motogp the same now to, cry baby egoists purchasing their results.

Taz - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 9:32 PM

The strange thing was, I wasn't a massive Schumacher fan when he was in his prime, quite the opposite, I always acknowledged his talent and respected that but wasn't a massive fan, I was almost jumping up and down, laughing and getting a flurry of texts from everyone else, people like someone who has been written off showing they still have it. Watching EJ eat humble pie is a bonus.

Cardi - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 10:11 PM

Hamilton didn't commit properly to any moves, had he done so he would have been given the room (I hope). Button's pass showed that Schumi was being firm but fair without making it easy. When Lulu hit the grass he wasn't even overlapping a wheel, so it looked like he was helping the groundsmen at Monza. The double move was borderline, but Lulu wasn't closing at a rate that would get him an overlap to get anywhere near passing.

I think Schumacher was having fun, and must have been laughing hard when Button came up and skimmed past both his car and Lewis'.

Schumi07 - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 10:30 PM

We all watch F1 for racing?m? well I do! What Shumacher did on Sunday was drag a pish car around Monza by the scruff of its neck! It was excellent racing! Yes racing - not a follow me no after you Sunday drive. We need more races like it!

2cards - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 10:59 PM

it was the most action we have seen in f1 for a while, and how many times has lewis been involed with blocking or hitting other cars on track....how one eyed is this

ilovemyhaters - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 11:12 PM

Wasn't charlie suppose to be a neutral part of this, from what i saw, his new consulting business is off to a great start.

I can't wait to see hamilton doing exactly the same thing to any other driver, let's see what charlie's crew is gonna do, anybody willing to take a wild quess.

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