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Michael Schumacher: I'm not satisfied...

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Darzetboy - Unregistered

July 11, 2012 6:20 PM

Please give it another go Michael. You aren't perfect, who is, but you have added a new dimension to F1, with your good humour and candour, and you really look like you are enjoying yourself. Besides, it gives us older ones encouragement!!
Oh and by the way, you aint a bad driver, not quite so good as you once were, but still b....y good.

Mark _

July 11, 2012 7:09 PM

@Max Well - There is a good mix of young drivers already. There used to be a lot of comments about Nico Hulkenberg taking Michael's spot and he has been pretty mediocre this year. This year Michael is driving better than Button, Massa, and many others.

Manxie - Unregistered

July 11, 2012 7:18 PM

come on Michael, lets do this, give us at least one more year of your show! With an improved car, some more luck you can and will still grace the podium!
I'm not sure y people have to bring his age up, he's still very much competetive compared to the middle aged like button, webber etc and definately on par with the kids! Stay pls!

Fairplayer - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 12:13 AM

David Coulthard called it right the weekend Schuey announced his retirement, highlighting the flashpoints and revealing what little respect some drivers have for the German.

Great driver, yes. Hideous role model? Without doubt.

You can't respect a man who cheats his way to victory. It's not the British way.
I am sure Damon Hill doesn't think he should go on.
Short memories I have not!

Fairplayer - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 12:16 AM

In 1994, then with Benetton, Schumacher grabbed his first world title in sickening circumstances.

In the final race in Australia, the German was about to lose the title to Brit Damon Hill after his Benetton suffered a terminal fault.

As Hill passed, Schuey swung his Benetton deliberartely into Hill's Williams - taking both cars out of the race and clinching the title. Disgusting.

Fairplayer - Unregistered

July 12, 2012 12:18 AM

At the Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez in 1997, Schuey pulled off a similar manoeuvre as Jaques Villeneuve slipped past on the way to the title. All of a sudden BANG. Ferrari hits Williams. But this time Villeneuve's Williams escaped unscathed. Schuey finished second in the drivers' title before being stripped of his runners' up spot.

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