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I agree completely that what happened to Schumacher was a worse result. If you haven't got it right in the pit lane, keep the car there until you do even if it does mean a slow stop. It is better to lose a few seconds than have to retire the car (or run the risk of something worse happening). It just can't be repeated frequently if you're a team capable of challenging for the championship.
With McLaren's slow stops at the last two race weekends, and then two more slow stops today I imagine that there was a group of reporters around him asking him how he felt about the situation. I suppose he could have given an answer something along the lines of "The guys work really hard and normally give Jenson and I great stops, and I'm sure it wont be an issue going forward." That may well have gone a ways in boosting the team. Personally, I'd rather they acknowledge that its an area where they can improve.