F1 » Schumacher: Raikkonen return would boost F1


Michael Schumacher: I would be very happy to see him back. We have had some very good times...

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dcts46 - Unregistered

November 11, 2011 6:02 PM

Is Schumi trying to tell us that his return boosted F1 ?
Well it did , until we all realised his car was crap and he couldn't show off the old magic we grew to love and hate . I fear that Kimi will be in exactly the same position at Williams .

Duke - Unregistered

November 11, 2011 9:00 PM

Winning isn't everything,it is good to have the older champs on the grid,they help the youngsters enormously,they have a stability that the rookies need.Why should you have to win immediately if you have a proven track record?
Better that Raikonen helps a once great team to get back up there,than languish in the doldrums.
Schumi is doing the same,he will not rest until the car is up to the mark of the front runners.
These old stagers have been there,done it and got the T shirt to prove it.
It takes more guts to work for an ailing or new team than to jump straight into a winning car.This sorts the men out from the boys.
Anyone can go fast in the fastest car on the grid.These old drivers have done all of that,tested and tested through trials and tribualtions.Now they are giving a helping hand.
Be glad you have the chance to watch the Kings of f1 again.You may never have another.

dcts46 - Unregistered

November 11, 2011 11:49 PM

Talking of old timers , who remembers Nigel Mansells ill fated return to Maclaren after his US stint . He spat his dummy out after a few races because the car was uncompetetive and disappeared off the map . Lets hope Kimi has alot more patience !

Rob01 - Unregistered

November 11, 2011 11:58 PM

I am really doubting this return. Kimi driving mid pack at best and all the while appearing interested. Ferrari said the reason they let go Kimi was due to poor communication with the team.

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