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The REAL reason Mercedes signed Michael Schumacher

Ever wondered why Mercedes Grand Prix was so keen to ditch Jenson Button in favour of returning multiple world champion Michael Schumacher for F1 2010? Let Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Vice-President Norbert Haug explain...
In the latest instalment of the popular and hilarious Tailenders saga - exclusive to Crash.net - Norbert Haug confides in Ross Brawn about why he was REALLY so desperate to secure the services of record-breaking multiple F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher for Mercedes Grand Prix in 2010.

The answer may surprise you...


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JDPower - Unregistered

January 21, 2010 11:22 PM

Crash if you insist on continuing having this sh!te on here can you please mark it clearly in the headline so we don't waste time clicking the headline thinking that, shock horror, it might actually be a racing news article (what with this being a racing news website!) :rolleyes:



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