F1 » Schumacher to extend Mercedes deal?


According to reports in German newspaper Bild, Michael Schumacher will race on for the Silver Arrow until the end of 2013, after agreeing to a one-year extension to his original three-year deal.

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richard

November 10, 2011 4:27 PM
Last Edited 1048 days ago

blzbub. wow, thats sure some reliability record! i dont go much by stats, but has nico only finished five races?

ps, schumi has issued a statement denying that he has extended his contract, but says he will first see how much progress is made by merc in 2012.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

November 10, 2011 5:12 PM

MS has earned my respect a bit this year for 'sticking at it' - he's clearly no longer the fastest driver, and in the fourth fastest car, but for the most part he has got his head down in midfield and got on with the programme.
Before you all think I'm on something at the mo - I do still think he's a cheat. But he's redeeming himself slowly. I hope he sticks around, a Graham Hill for the new Millenium

nath - Unregistered

November 10, 2011 5:36 PM

Great news! Hes only 4 points behind Rosberg I think and hes had more retirments so "too old" is dead and buried, Schumacher makes F1 exciting always overtaking CMON SCHUEYYYYY

schumiforever - Unregistered

November 10, 2011 5:39 PM

It is on reliable sources that yes the legend has signed until end of 2013 with option for another year.
Schumi is no different now to how he was when he was in Ferrari.He has been disappointed to the extreme over the Merc car,BUT, as others have noted,Does Schumi ever give in??? NOPE.
Does Schumi throw the towel in NOPE.
Is Schumi a fighter.You bet he is.
Schumi is the F1 Top Gun!
Go for your 8th,7 stars isn't good enough for the King of F1.

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