F1 » Schumacher’s F1 future unclear


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

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Manxie - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 2:02 PM

Vinu, what's your source? That would be the most amazing driver swop for years and possibly even more interesting season (2013) than the current one. Oh how F1 never seems to amaze me, our little soapie, not quite East Enders though :)

safeeuropeanhome - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 2:25 PM

Some people on here need to get a grip. The fact is Lewis Hamilton is a much better racing driver NOW than Michael Schumacher, Schumacher is a shadow of the driver he was 10-15 years ago. Hamilton and Alonso are the only two drivers on the grid who can consistently transcend a car and extract the maximum more often than not because they have a great feel for the limit, like Michael could in his prime.

Schumacher is One of the greatest drivers of all time but seriously the guy is 43 years old, he's had his time and should the young guys take over

shaken - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 2:30 PM

Its clear they grew tired of him (Schumacher).
Its even more clear that unless we are our own boss, we are never in control. That much said, he wont be worried where his next dinner comes from

nath - Unregistered

September 28, 2012 2:39 PM

As much as Id love to see it,ms wont join ferrari neither sauber he'd end up like damon hill then.. he wants to win and imo sauber wont do that.. i totally agree that schumacher shadows what he was 20years ago but imo hes still good enough as he is now to win a WC.. just shows how truely great he really was

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