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August 28, 2011 4:47 PM
Last Edited 152 days ago

F1 » Schumacher: I had big fun hunting and making my way forward

Great stuff from Schumi! The Master carved his way through the field brilliantly. He kept out of trouble, kept up a good pace and pulled off some great moves! He had a quicker pace than Rosberg for the majority of the race, outclassed Nico and quite frankly how anyone can question his still very apparent skill and talent after another very good drive is a mystery. What a great way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut, with a typically special drive. Schumi is back to very near his best (and close as he can be at 42) and it's great to see! Keep up the good work Schumi! Now build him a car that challenge for regular podiums Merc!


August 09, 2011 12:23 PM

F1 » Domenicali: Alonso 'better' than Schumacher in some respects

Rubbish, Stefano doesn't know what he's talking about. If it wasn't for Schumi, Ferrari would still be languishing in mid-table like they were before Schumi re-built and revitalised them when he joined in '96. Stefano is just sucking up too the flavour of the week, the new no. 1 driver at Ferrari. Stefano was just a junior engineer when Schumi was there anyway. What the hell would he know?


August 28, 2011 3:04 PM
Last Edited 1626 days ago

F1 » Vettel wins F1 2011 Belgian GP

Nice work from Seb, a good win... Also a good drive from JB after starting 13th But the driver of the day must be Schumi, starts 24th and last after a wheel failure in quali and the Master carves his way up to 5th at the end... He kept out of trouble, and kept up the pace, got the strategy right and turned on a great drive. Had superior pace to Rosberg for the majority of the race too... Impressive stuff from a guy who's apparently over the hill??? Great work Schumi, keep it up!


August 27, 2011 5:39 PM
Last Edited 1627 days ago

F1 » Failure puts Schumacher out in Q1

Absolutely ridiculous! How someone can make such a calamitous mistake in this day and age of professionalism is beyond me. It's absolutely pathetic! And Shame for Schumi on his anniversary, deserved more from his team that have a habit of making errors on strategy and now on car construction! Hopefully Schumi can still have a strong race tomorrow, hopefully a bit of rain can add some spice to the race and play to his strengths! I have every confidence he can finish comfortably in the points tomorrow, GO Schumi!


August 22, 2011 3:41 PM

F1 » Schumacher seeks to celebrate in style

Nothing would be better than seeing Schumi on the podium at Spa on the 20th anniversary since his debut in F1. Hopefully it will rain, and if it does we should expect a performance similar to the one in Canada where he deserved a podium. If it is dry, I hope that dog of a Merc has made some progress so Schumi can get a top 6 finish. Good Luck Schumi you legend!


August 15, 2011 10:24 AM

F1 » Schumacher: Retirement stories 'stupid', 'untruthful'

Damn right! As all his supporters knew, Schumi is no quitter! And he will continue and see out his contract... The problem is not with him, it is with the car, that much is obvious... Brawn and his cronies need to sort themselves to build this man a competitie car for 2012... Wouldnt it be fantastic to see Schumi battling it out on a regular basis with Alonso, Vettel, Hamilton?


August 13, 2011 1:45 PM

F1 » F1 2011 Half-Term Report: 20th – 11th

Schumi 17th? Is this quite of some sick joke? (It's crash, so it probably is) Schumi has produced some brilliant drives this season, mixed in with some unfortunate luck and the odd uncharacteristic mistake which has ruined a couple of his races. He has unquestionably produced the drive of the season in Canada, and would have finished 2nd in that race had it not been for the artificial help of DRS. He deserves to be in the top 6 at the very least.


August 09, 2011 12:15 PM

F1 » Schumacher: If anything, I am the problem

Michael Schumacher is not a quitter. Quitters don't win 7 World Championships. This is just another sensationalist story clutching at straws. There have been plenty since his return. No doubt he is growing frustrated with the dog of a car he has to deal with every week. If Schumi had made a comeback in one of the top three teams, no doubt he would have won have a dozen races by now. Nonetheless, I expect Schumi to see out his contract like the fighter he is.


August 01, 2011 1:53 PM

F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was best in Hungary?

Has to be Jenson. Keep it calm and on the road the best out of the top runners and made the correct desicions at the correct times... How can crash say: "Looked really strong to win at one point, but that rain shower in the final third of the race well and truly scuppered his hopes" Blaming the rain now are we? It rained for everyone, Lewis made the WRONG call to pit inters on - his fault - and he was reckless nearly taking out a Force India recovering from his spin, so got a well deserved drive through... Hardly, the rain's fault then...

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