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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Bgrade

December 07, 2012 10:10 PM
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Yeah alright Bernie, we all know this already, you didn't need to even say it, No doubt Schumi already feels like crap about it. Way to go douche nozzle.

Pete - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 11:07 PM

Although I'm a fan of MS, he came back for the wrong reasons and as such, should have stayed retired.

F1 is not a place to go when "you are bored" with the real world and want to get the adrenaline going again. It's a series to fight as hard as you can and win championships and in order to do so, one must be 100% committed and devote all your time and energy to that end.... as MS did when he was younger... as Vettel is doing now... as Alonso has done etc.

Age of course is difficult for anyone to overcome and his skills were not what they once were and the Mercedes F1 was just a dog most of the time, but a driver must also have that hunger in the belly and in my opinion, MS no longer has that given all that he has accomplished.

leon - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 11:47 PM

schumacher, m has come back after a 3 year layoff after winning 7 world championships, 5 of them consecutively and then when the average car was somewhere near the mark finished 6th place in the best in the world. he still finished up there and still was competitive against his teammate in qualifying. what do the critics want to stop them being so disrespectful and wrong? would they stop whining if he won some races and/or another world championship?
he achieved a tremendous goal, cant the critics simply ackowledge that without being so negative

Dario - Unregistered

December 08, 2012 4:24 PM

Google can be a fun place:

forumula1 dot com/news/ecclestone-schumacher-can-remain-on-f1-grid-forever/

"“Why shouldn't he stay another ten years?”" July 8, 2012

Schu-4-ever - Unregistered

December 08, 2012 10:21 PM

Thu Schu did all he could in an uncompetative car. He had fun, did alright against his teamate and gave us 3 more years of the awesome Schumi! Imagine Senna at the twilight of his career. Would he not have done exactly the same thing : stopped for a bit, realized something was missing from his life, given it another go? HELL YES! They were both meant to be there for many, many years, showing the world that they belonged in F1! Shaken bite me!

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