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Is this the lowest point of Schumacher's comeback? Errors when lining up on the grid aren't unheard of - Fisichella did the same thing in Malaysia (?) some years back - but to not be clear on the restart procedure which changed some years ago is sloppy, and the speed limit infringement is just embarrassing, not to mention dangerous. There were flashes of pace earlier this year, but the overall impression has been of a slightly doddery middle-aged man who's lost his fitness advantage and had his more aggressive tactics copied by younger, faster men. Even considering the PR impact he has, it's amazing that Mercedes are even contemplating keeping him on.