F1 » Schumacher signs off with points finish


Michael Schumacher produces one of his best performances of the F1 season to score points on his farewell appearance

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cassyo

November 26, 2012 9:53 AM
Last Edited 659 days ago

“It has been a real honour for all of the boys and girls at our team, and working alongside Michael gives you a real understanding of why he is so special and has achieved seven world championships. He will be missed and we all wish him the very best for the future.”
Why this sounds to me rather as :
Thanks God, we've got rid of him, finally! ? :?

Schuey - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 12:23 PM

Goodbye Michael and thank you for all the wonderful moments you have given us. I have had the pleasure of watching him since 1994 and am glad to have lived through and seen the greatest ever racing driver at work both at the races and at home on the tv. We will miss you and wish you good luck in whatever you do in the future.

Oli

November 26, 2012 12:24 PM

7 F1 World Championships, 91 Grand Prix wins.

Whether you like him or not, no one can dispute the fact he is one of the best ever, regardless of his second spell not reaching the heights of his first.

Goodbye Michael, enjoy your proper retirement.

Oli

Nikeros - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 12:40 PM

Go now. Leave already. Your last 3 years were an embarrassing self-parody, all the tricks and little of the trade. Buy a colorful wardrobe, get fat and haunt a golf course somewhere.

mikeyd - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 1:08 PM

Mercedes Schumi is a very different man to Ferrari Schumi. He's much more human and likeable. His battle with Kimi reminded us all of the immense amount of skill he (and Kimi tbf) has and that will be missed next year for sure.

Good luck with your future endeavours Schumi. I look forward to seeing Schumi GP one day!

Gweed - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 1:44 PM

Sad to see him go!

In his comeback he showed he's a quite nice human being, not a robot, like before. And he learned how to lose wich he never had to do.

Will miss him big time!

matt - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 2:49 PM

When Schumi retired in 2006 i think the sport briefly missed him, this time around i dont think he will be given a second thought.

In my opinion the racing in this short time has really come on with the likes of FA, LH, SV, JB, KR, to name a few competing at a higher level. Schumis records will stand for a few years to come but some was won in shall we say a non sporting way.

I dont think the Tifosi ever warmed to schumi like they have FA and they will never forgive him for switching sides so easy!!

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