F1 » Vergne not angry with Schumacher

Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne insists that he's not angry with Michael Schumacher, despite being rear-ended by the Mercedes during the Singapore Grand Prix.

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shaken - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 5:24 PM

Schumacher is now an old man so had it been the other way around (Schu got taken out) he probably would've not been angry either. After all what has he to loose? However when Schumacher was a 'young gun' - winning all those (many of them flawed) races and F1 titles, he was not so forgiving. He even deliberately took drivers out for his own selfish gain. Sadly the powers-that-be (FIA) are now giving out needless penalties for even the most innocent mistakes so it would be in JE Vergne's interest not too loose his cool.

Schu-4-ever - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 5:51 PM


Give me a brake! Are you actually saying that Schu should get a penalty for this? Read my other post. Schu failed only in not warming his brakes or a failure - period!

Let's see who can beat 7 WDC's! Hammy? Think not! Allo Vettel ... perhaps. Might even be NEVER! So keep trying boys ... chuckle chuckle!

Ryan - Unregistered

September 23, 2012 5:59 PM

"He even deliberately took drivers out for his own selfish gain"

Ok fair game, but I am going to assume you are one of these who hate Schumacher for it but would advocate the one Senna did on Prost at Japan, consequently winning the title so I suppose we could say that was for his 'own selfish gain'.


September 23, 2012 6:04 PM

chu4. "give me a BRAKE"??? what a lovely play on words. very appropriate!

the fact is simple, schumis reactions have slowed, due to age. he has had too many such incidents where his slowing of instant reaction, has resulted in an accident.
as to his brakes being cold? no way, they had been back to racing, and all other cars coped. but it was interesting to see that he had the steering locked over to the right to try and avoid hitting vergne, but it appears that he was slow to lift his foot off the brake pedal, which maybe could have helped him steer away from the str, or even spin

jose - Unregistered

September 24, 2012 1:01 AM


Is it Doctor or Professor or just plain, Mr. Know - it - all.
Schumacher your reflexes has gone Pot..I diagnosed your
problem while sitting in front of the Telly. I say man give it up
b4 you accidentally win one of those dam races.
Old age it is, no antidote, no cure, I say man, give it up.
Actually Rich is not really that clever . One thing we all
know, he never really knows what he is talking about.

The Badman, Jose

jose - Unregistered

September 24, 2012 4:50 PM


See I warned all on the forum, careful you must be
Tiapan 'logic' is contagious. Baby you have been
infected, no cure, you are really screwed ..

Badman, Jose

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