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Schumacher having decided to come back was his decision and his decision alone he was/is more than capable to decide for himself, as it turned out it didn’t work out to expectations, at least the expectations of the unprejudiced/unbiased formula one followers.
Schumacher is still the most successful driver of all time up to this day regardless of when and by whom he was beaten, no formula one driver ever existed or will ever exists without being beaten at any one time.
Projecting/professing/prophetic what this and that driver will achieve as against what Schumacher achieved is sort of taking the role of the mostly British media, the unprejudiced/unbiased formula one follower will be happy for whoever achieves what Schumacher achieved and will speak about that only when it happens.