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Michael Schumacher's F1 future in doubt after he is replaced by Lewis Hamilton for 2013

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beeflin

September 28, 2012 10:40 AM

Only an athlete of such immense past achievement could express such unequivocal disappointment. Any other F1 driver would have needed to try to paint a bright side to the story. A sad postscript to a glorious career on the face of it, but just watch Mercedes climb the ratings after such a skilled launch.

mmmmmmmm - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 10:40 AM

ms so sorry you never got a real chance to prove your self to the world that you are the still one of the best drivers in the world,the fault lies with mercedes and its car. team maecedes is out of ideas that is why thay got lewis,so he can share maclarens secrets.i have i feeling ms could join ferari for a last stint in f1.good luck schumi

Weekendbreaker - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 10:49 AM

Ferrari please sign this man up now, even if for just one final year, surely he can achieve a great deal more than Massa ever could though i feel his bridges were burnt with the Italian team when he came back to f1 with Mercedes :-(

herowassenna - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 10:50 AM

1) Schumacher would know that he cannot compete against Alonso. He "retired" when Kimi joined Ferrari, you think 6 years on, that he would take on the best in F1? Brave man if he does.
2) In 2006, MSC demonstrated that he still had ability. A great finish to his career, but at times Massa was equal if not better than him. In 2007 to 2009, many a time Massa humbled Kimi, yet against Alonso, he has looked so poor.
Does anyone really feel that a guy in his 40's is going to prove quicker than the current second driver at Ferrari?

Taz

September 28, 2012 10:56 AM

@herowassenna

Erm...you conveniently left out Massa's accident when comparing him to Alonso, see if your at your very best after been wacked in the head by a car spring and almost losing your life.

Mark - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:00 AM

Why would Schumacher want to play 2nd fiddle to Alonso at Ferrari? I can't see that happening. There is no way he is going to sign with a team where he will be their number 2 driver.

Ferrari would not have 2 drivers with equal status remember.

Josh - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:01 AM

Mercedes lured MSC out of retirement, used him to hype up their presence in the sport, then show him the door as soon as someone else wants in. Disgraceful treatment of Formula 1's most successful driver.

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