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July 08, 2011 8:13 PM

F1 » Webber heads wet FP1 at Silverstone

@Snail If you had been watching FP2, you would have noticed Schumi was P1 till about 1 minute left in the session, and then every car that passed the finish after him went faster due to the drying track Also he sent his fastest lap on the extreme wet tyres and all those ahead of him set theirs on the inters, so that explains. If it rains in Quali tommorrow, expect Schumi to be in the top 5


July 08, 2011 11:25 AM

F1 » Webber heads wet FP1 at Silverstone

So, another wet session, another session where Schumi shines. You can't argue that he was only 2nd as the track dried out just before the end, as Schumi was P1 just ahead of Vettel for the majority of the session. While it is just a practice session, it is just more proof of the talent Schumi still has in spades. Give him a competitive car Mercedes! Hopefully the new diffuser on the Merc this weeked will provide a little more pace.


June 27, 2011 3:20 PM

F1 » Hamilton: It's finished; we can't beat Red Bull

More whining and moaning from Lulu. The difference between him and true champions like Alonso and Schumacher, is when their teams are struggling they things like we'll continue to keep working to improve and we will keep fighting. Lulu, on the other hand, says things like we're going backwards, they're too fast or too good. He basically implied they shouldn't bother trying. With that attitude I doubt lulu will ever win another championship.


June 26, 2011 10:04 PM
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F1 » Schumacher holds his hands up for clash

Richard, yeah he surely has lost a little bit, at 42 years of age. But his fans, such as I, believe that, because he was so much better than the field in his prime, age has only brought him closer to the pack. He is not as consistent as he used to be, but he still shows glimpses of that brilliance he possesses. It is quite amazing to think about the fact that he holds his own and often beats competitors 10-15 years his junior. Not many people could drive a F1 car as well as he does at the age of 42. Its a special thing watching one of the best, if not the best of all time, driving and competing. Canada showed he certainly shouldn't retire, I just wish Merc would build him a competitive car, because I am sure he's still good enough to win races.

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