F1 » Michael Schumacher at Valencia - on two wheels


Michael Schumacher spotted attending IDM Superbike test at Valencia.

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whizzo - Unregistered

March 11, 2013 12:33 PM

What do he have to prove why don,t he enjoy his life and spend his money or he looking to died to leave it to his family would be a pity to loose him doing foolishnessyou don,t move ffrom 4 wheels to two it,s the other way around Michael.

believeme5

March 11, 2013 12:38 PM

He doesn't have a background or long history of riding fast bikes , guys like John McGuinness , Tony Rutter etc can ride into their 40s they have a wealth of experience and skill , I agree with the previous poster who said give it a rest Michael and enjoy your family. Schu might be getting early male menopause symptoms !

peter file - Unregistered

March 11, 2013 12:42 PM

Leave the guy alone. Why shouldn't he enjoy himself doing something he loves. He's not out to prove anything, just have a good time, and it just so happens he's rather good on two wheels as well as four. Have a ball Schuey

UHR-TEC - Unregistered

March 11, 2013 2:13 PM

Well he might not be the fastes guy on two wheels but if Michael feel good and have a nice experience doing motorcycling on track then just Goooooooo Powersliding and have fun we are a lot of old men on the run !

stuart - Unregistered

March 11, 2013 6:26 PM

Begrudgingly I had to concede to Michael's brilliance after seeing what he did on two wheels. He was pretty special for an old(ish) guy who'd driven four wheels all his career.

Clearly he still enjoys the feeling of speed so why is everyone telling him to put his feet up and drink tea with a hobnob? He has the cash - let him do what he enjoys.

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