F1 » Schumacher not to blame for poor results, insists Mercedes boss


Michael Schumacher has been let down by poor cars from Mercedes over the pasth three years, according to marque head Dieter Zetsche.

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kiwibob

October 03, 2012 11:16 PM

Anyone who truelly loves F1 would just appreciate the fact he is a world class driver and even allowing for his mistakes if his car had been reliable he would be ahead of nico in points . How easy in the seven races they have finished he has been ahead of nico in quali results he is 2 ahead of nico and last but not least Monaco that was pure class there . So to the ones who say good riddance or like i say you people don,t really appreciate F1 racing

lopher - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 2:44 AM

Hi richard,

Do you watch Chinese GP and Monaco GP?

Schumi retired from second place in first part of the race due to mechanical problem where he can still challenge rosberg for victory in the second part of the race (yeah we don't know whether schumi can challenge or not because he already retired from the race)

Monaco GP also showing schumi was on better speed with 5 grids place penalty and squeezed down in the when the lights off...

Let's count the race finished by both drivers (purely on speed, without penalty or incident), how many time rosberg beat schumi?

An experienced boy in his prime age vs an old horse...

lopher - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 2:52 AM

Regarding crashes, it contributed by many factor...

Crash on Catalunya is purely human error that schumi already acknowledge and Singapore is more complicated even the team forgot to remind schumi to warm his brake... Schumi have many jobs to do in the car, not only warming his brake. So i think the team also take part on the incident that they didn't run down the check list for the restart...

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