F1 » Schumacher 'on a mission', eighth F1 title remains the goal

Michael Schumacher - the most successful driver in F1 history by some margin - remains fully determined to add to that success, with his goal firmly fixed on an incredible eighth world title.

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19Krpm - Unregistered

January 31, 2011 8:17 AM

The cheatmeister won titles with ferrari because he had a number-two driver working as his wing man, under orders from ferrari management to protect the schmukers sass. Schmuker admirers are in oblivion and have selective memories. Repeat: schmuker only won because ferrari had team orders remember?? It was all a set up and here is how it happened in plain english: Barrichello was the number two driver and was ordered by ferrari to stay behind shmuker and not to overtake schmuker, got it? Then the fschmuker fans believe that was all talent?? Get real and get yourselves informed. Remove the wing man, the schmuker is nobody and all he can do is to threaten the safety of F1 and violate rules like he almost k illed other drivers on more than one occasion during his car-jerking career. I hope he continues in F1 six more years losing so I can laugh over the nonsense these schmuker fans write about the most overrated driver in F1 history.

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