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Ross Brawn hints that Michael Schumacher will stay on with Mercedes

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Duke RSA - Unregistered

June 07, 2012 3:34 PM

Sort out the issues on MS's side of the garage Ross and he will deliver the results. Monaco quali was just a taste of what could have been. The King has plenty fight left in him and is proving that he is an exceptional racer, how many 43 year olds could stand the physical and emotional onslaught that he has had to deal with in the last 2.5 years?

Manxie - Unregistered

June 07, 2012 4:36 PM

Duke RSA - ons praat die selle taal meneer. I'm in your camp - and RB out of all people in the paddock surely must know him best!

Lets hope for a proper, incident free, clean and awesome race from MS and HIS GARAGE! No RG or BS incidents or such kind.

Just imagine him winning in Canada, in the rain, by over 1 sec in front of second placed FA!

Essexredneck

June 07, 2012 8:44 PM

@taz- in the north of essex there are many country dwelling, rabbit shooting, cousin marrying rednecks like me. TOWIE is not a fair representation of our large and prosperous county. And as for how many DNF's were MS's fault- er does clattering into the back of Senna count?

Taz

June 07, 2012 9:11 PM

@EssexRedNeck

I think your missing the PR value he brings the brand, as long as his results improve you have to suspect he'll be in F1...even if they don't. As long as Merc are selling shed loads in China using his name all is good.

He's at Fault for the Senna incident by the rules but he's been unlucky with reliability and on a par with Rosberg...more or less.

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