F1 » Brawn: We want to end season on positive note

Ross Brawn: We are continuing to work hard on improving our performance, while also taking the opportunity to look at developments which will be relevant next season

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Old Guys rock - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 8:21 PM

Michael Schumacher, a consummate professional right to the very end.
Work rate and ethic second to none and still up there amongst the "best" that F1 has to offer.

I think F1 will be a more bland sport after he has gone, certainly wont be as exciting to see an old 'un giving it the big stick with the whipper snappers.
Such a shame that mercedes couldnt sort the car and the manner in which they went about removing him is something to be ashamed of.

Theyll not win anything else i think.

Long live the champ. MS.

chris - Unregistered

November 01, 2012 9:36 PM

How many times have we heard Ross Brawn say the same old things like "hoping". It's like a sad old broken record.
Other teams say they will do something and 9 times out of 10 they do. Mercedes consistently fail to deliver. Schumacher really raised his game this year ( barring a couple of incidents) . To their great shame Mercedes only went backwards. Rosberg has already ben quoted elsewhere that he expects the car to behave in Abu Dhabi as it did in India - i.e uselessly.

Anon - Unregistered

November 12, 2012 12:14 AM

I don't understand why people think he would be WDC again in a better car, at the end of the day he's been beaten by his team mate for 3 years running and he has been nothing more than a menace on the track this year. He is past it, Nico is the one who I feel sorry for, at least Michael has 7 WDCs

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