F1 » Schumacher not to blame for poor results, insists Mercedes boss


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blzbub. exactly, and yet those people have been kept on the payroll, and schumi hasnt. and as chris says, schumi has been made a scapegoat. but what i am saying is that he contributed greatly to the problem due to his crashes etc. the team cannot assess a car, if it is in pieces on the track. had schumi not had his crashes, yes, he would be higher up the order, and it would be unlikely that it would be his head on the chopping block. the car is not quite such a pig as some make it out to be. if it was, then nico would not have won a gp,or had podiums. you can only compare a car by its two drivers. and when one driver is achieving results, and the other isnt, for different reasons, including his own fault, then something has to be done. i can actually see lulu showing what the car can do.



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