F1 » Ecclestone: Schumacher shouldn't have returned

Bernie Ecclestone says he feels Michael Schumacher shouldn't have come out of retirement to join Mercedes

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Pinky - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 3:34 PM

Ecclestone in 2010: Schumacher return the Boost F1 needed

Ecclestone in 2012: Michael Schumacher shouldn't have come out of retirement.

Make your bloody mind up Bernie

mrstrange - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 3:55 PM

I think it's no up to anyone to judge. Many of use felt that 2006 MS retirement was unfinished business. Fans and drivers alike must be grateful for the chance to see the living legend compete with young lions. Yes, MS is not only a racing calculator, he has a big heart, unlike many others who succeeded behind the wheel. Let us wish him all the best, regardless of personal taste!

shaken - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 4:50 PM

Im getting a bit tired of Bernie's comments. Every day its something different about something in F1. Most will remember Schumacher for his flawed career and the fact he couldnt pull his own socks off (F1 driving, so-to-speak) in todays strict and competitive environment.


December 07, 2012 5:30 PM

I'm glad he returned. It didn't work out as expected but never mind, he gave it a good shot. I'm also glad he retired as it appeared he was flogging a dead horse. His presence second time round certainly didnt detract from F1.

I was also pleased when Kimi returned. That has worked out rather better and it has been a pleasure to see again the 'Kimi way' of driving, which happens to be rather superior to most of the field.

Jiri Simek

December 07, 2012 5:36 PM

Hell yeah Bernie. Seems that you sometimes still can make the hit! :) But old people should go and let the younger generation to do their job! Exactly what you have said about Michael.... You should retire yourself! Yesterday was way too late!

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