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It was an unusual error, but I'm sure nothing to do with age. He's 43 not 93. As far as I could tell he was slightly out of his grid lines, but not as has been suggested elsewhere, in another drivers slot. A doddery middle-aged man could not take pole at Monaco. Ross Brawn said before the start of the race that the team had cost Schumacher around 60 points this year. So the biggest problem is the car. A few weeks back Ross Brawn was quoted as saying that the team thought that rather than concentrating on upgrades, more time was to be found in trying to understand the tyres. So they've not understood the tyres and they have brought no real upgrades. Other teams promise to improve and do, but Mercedes seem incapable of doing the same. If Schumacher retires again it will be more to do with his lack of confidence in the team, and his hatred of the current tyres rather than his own belief in has abilities. In general Rosberg's performances have slipped back to a greater degree