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

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dellortodiagonale

September 28, 2012 11:18 AM

I really hope that Ferrari will not offer him a seat.
When he was asked to help for a few races, at the time of the terrible accident occurred to Massa, after so long a relationship, he refused.
The reason was clearly a bad car, but he stated he wouldn't race any more due to his injured neck, sorry it was absolutely impossible.
A few days later he signed the deal with Mercedes.
MS gave Ferrari a lot, but got back at least as much.
I would like that this time he should look elsewhere for a life-buoy.

Schuey - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 11:30 AM

I am so disappointed with Mercedes, they have used Michael as a great ambassdor for them on there arrival back in F1. Now they have taken on a spoilt brat, well good luck to them. We were all lead to believe that Alsono was the trouble in McClaren when Hamilton joined them. Over these past couple of years, we see who the true troublemaker in the team it was. I would love to see Michael go to Ferrari for 1 year and have a car that is worthy of him. Lets hope Hamilton gets all the bad luck Michael had with DNF's this season.

richard

September 28, 2012 11:40 AM

i would love to see schumi contribute to the sport, by agreeing to drive one of the back three teams car. if he can bring that on to a mid field position, it would be of immense benefit to f1. so how about it schumi??

garth - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 12:04 PM

really it s not good condition for schummy retirement. not like him in 2006, this because merc can 't give him champ car. he still fast and good handling and overtaking but he can't fight his age.

Manxie - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 12:28 PM

@richard...now that would be of real value to F1 and interesting to pull comparisons between the current (bad) lot of backmarker drivers and MS. My guess though, it'll never happen.
Interesting thought though, just as MS to Williams in place of Senna. That Williams has shown some very good pace this season and adaptable to most tracks.

I guess soon we will know...just hope no retirement as a driver.

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