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


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Schumacher's crashes though concerning, lots of younger guys did bigger mistakes over the years and at a younger age. Reading some of the comments not alone on here but i agree, if you dont have the equipment to be fast, you try to be as fast as the others, eake the best out of your equipment, especially when you are competitive at heart and by nature. The drivers error Schumacher made last time around was for all to see and i would say he took his eye of the ball in my own opinion for a split second. It doesn't mean he hasn't got it or not or lost it etc. it just means he made a mistake. For Mercedes to send him packing as we are being made to believe, may well has been a different story as some Mercedes guy's are falling over themselves to praise him or it is just as simple as they wanted a younger guy. For Schumacher to retire sounds unthinkable in many ways but may well regretably what will happen. I couldn't see him being without a drive in some Championship for long and you ne



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