F1 » Schumacher retires for second time


Michael Schumacher elects to retire from F1 for a second time after losing Mercedes drive

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richard

October 04, 2012 3:50 PM

mark. zetsche and haug have offered schumi an ambassadorial role with merc. that is similar to the one he had at ferrari.

i would not be surprised to see him appear in a dtm or even a gt car. after all, he is only retiring from f1,not from racing.

mrfill

October 04, 2012 4:05 PM

Here is the news for 4th October 2013..
A year after retiring, Michael Schumacher has announced he is purchasing the -insert team name- F1 team which will henceforth be known as Schumacher F1 Racing from the 2014 season.

Pure speculation but.. he has the money, the contacts and the inside knowledge to do it.

107SS2009

October 04, 2012 4:13 PM

I would like to make it known (declare) that I wholeheartedly agree and seconds both Ross Brawn and Norbert Haug in their tribute to Michael Schumacher, the most successful driver of all time so far.
Michael Schumacher will always be missed from on the grid by the true formula one followers no matter whom they supported driver or team.

Pinky - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 4:39 PM

Once again im forced to say goodbye to the greatest achieving F1 driver. Thank you for all you have given to F1 and sorry your 3 years with Mercedes F1 didn't come to anything.

Jules - Unregistered

October 04, 2012 4:41 PM

Schumacher might not have won a single race since his comeback but at 43 and still competing at the highest level, easily a top 6 driver on the track, is an amazing feat for any driver! Also, he didn't have the best car. I am certain if he had a RB or a McL, he would at least have won some races. F1 is not just about the driver but highly dependent on the machinery they are steering. No way Hamilton or Vettel could have won a race if they were driving the Mercedes either. MS has certainly helped to improve and build the Mercedes team so that Hamilton can now reap the rewards and push them towards winning Championships.

He is still the greatest racing driver of all time in his era! And in this new era, it is Alonso!

107SS2009

October 04, 2012 4:46 PM

Regarless of some of the total trash that has been writeen on this and the Brawn/Haug tribute page the formula one paddock and grid will be poorer without a man/driver the caliber of Michael Schumacher.

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