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

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richard - Did they sack him or did he choose to leave? Plus it is not like they replaced him with just anyone. And he has not crashed excessively. Only one of the race crashes appears to have been his fault. Even that was after a safety car. We have a saying in the U.S. "yellows bring more yellows". Basically crashes are much more likely right after a yellow flag. Even Senna's crash was right after a safety car period and many think that he was the best ever. With your knowledge of this sport I find it hard to believe that you could place Nico ahead of Michael. I am not sure why you choose to ignore all of the points that the team has cost Michael this season.

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