F1 » Schumacher keen to reward home fans

Michael Schumacher: As a German driver, you naturally have a different sense of excitement when you arrive at the German Grand Prix and know that all the spectators in the grandstands are supporting you. That makes you proud, and always boosts your motivation even higher.

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Manxie - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 10:03 AM

yup, i do hope you give your fellow germans a proper reason to cheer. I somehow think you will qualify strong, the go backwards as merc have done for the pasr years. Your team needs to get to grips with those tyres!!!!!

Darzetboy - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 12:15 PM

How things go in his home GP could well be the deciding factor as to whether he signs up for another year.
Therefore I for one hope he does extremely well. F1 needs the elder statesmen like Schuey, Alonso and Webber.


July 16, 2012 7:35 AM

Michael certainly has the will and skill to win in F1 even at his age. The car though is a huge problem and is most certainly not a winning car. They have focused too much on trick diffusers, which only help in quali, and not enough on tyre preservation which is the name of the game in todays bullsh1t F1. I am sure that Michael wants to win for his home fans, but even he cannot win in a donkey cart with wooden wheels.

theusualone - Unregistered

July 16, 2012 2:00 PM

Always the same talk, always the same result. Even with a bicycle he can win. The problem is that, or he is not in the mood or they give him a scooter to race. When i will see Schumacher, Vettel, Hamilton and Raikkonen fighting for a true pole, without tyre issues and other stuff? It could be like Senna, Piquet, Prost and Mansell were but they ruin it. I don't know who spend money sponsoring this championship.

nick - Unregistered

July 16, 2012 5:47 PM

merc are supposed to be bringing major updates to the geman gp...hope they get michael at the sharp end...i think hes proved that if the car works right he can challenge for victorys,but the team still as a lot to prove..good luck schumi

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