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Michael Schumacher suffers another DNF in Monaco as poor run goes on

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doris nutscrubber - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 5:32 PM

I've said it before and i'll say it again.

I think someone at mercedes doesn't like michael schumacher.

I've Watched F1 for years and know one has had this amount of bad luck in three years especially an ex world champion.

How come Ferrari could give Michael a Reliable Championship winning car yet mercedes seem to be only able to produce one reliable car for nico rosberg.

Maybe at the next race Michael should take a leaf out of Alan Prosts book and swap cars with Nico on the morning of the race just like Alan Prost did with Nigel Mansell when they were at Ferrari.

blublz

May 27, 2012 5:45 PM

Its done, looking forward to seeing what he can do in Canada, some merc inspired drs action down those straights and who knows what he can achieve in qualy and the race, he was 'awesome' and 'unlucky' there last year, the suns going to shine on him soon

tim - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:00 PM

spot on nutscrubber, my thoughts exactly, someone could be sabotaging schumachers car, this is far too much bad luck, rosberg didnt look happy, with schumachers pole did he, and heres a story for you, keke rosberg is supposed to hate schumacher, and keke and nico, are very close, so does that mean nico hates schumacher as well, he hasnt exactly helped schumacher since he joined, he has always done his utmost to outdo schumi, no matter what, and take yesterdays comment, schumi gets pole, and is he pleased for schumi, no, he says in an interview, i felt i lost 2 tenths, otherwise i would have been on pole, the arrogant sod, never praise for his supposed team mate, keke must be smiling like a cheshire cat, and how come nicos car is always fine, this really does need investigating, and schumi should have 24 hour watch on his car and garage, because something is not right.

S - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:04 PM

For example Nick Fry, chief executive officer of the Mercedes F1 Team, does not want Schumi in his team anymore and would prefer fellow Briton di Resta (a totally unspectacular driver - in my opinion) to take Schumi's place. I don't know if even Schumi's "friends" Brawn and Haug are fully behind him anylonger. Especially Brawn should remember that it was Schumi who brought him to Ferrari in 1996 to continue their winning partnership and not the other way round. Ok, now Brawn and Haug brought Schumi back to F1 in 2010 and he has proved that he deserves to be back because he still is one of the best (when all goes well). There are too many "technical" problems and to much bad luck this year for Schumi (not for Rosberg) and it must be someone in his team who saboages him so as to make him retire at the end of this season.

S - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:12 PM

P.S. In qualifying they let him (Schumi) look better and have his moments of glory because you get no points there (but don't forget that in the qualifying in which his teammate took pole, he had a "technical" problem and it was after 2 qualifyings in which Schumi was in front of Rosberg - this raises some questions). When it comes to the race, something must always go wrong, when it's not a technical issue, it's Grosjean (as we saw today, when Grosjean is not effective enough to kick Schumi out of the race, there comes a technical problem). In only 1 of 6 races it was Schumi's (and Senna's !!!) fault that he had to retire from the race and even there he got a penalty that also ruined his next race because he had to start from 6th instead of the deserved 1st grid position.

R.A.T - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 6:13 PM

@nutscrubber & tim - I absolutely agree with you both. I've always thought there's something not right within the Mercedes team. There's either one or several personnel sabotaging his car. I think that's very low for someone to do that. A 24hr watch on his car is definitely needed.

Mr Brawn Mr Haug are you listening?!

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