let me take you through this by the hand as you seem to have gotten yourself a little lost.
Rosberg passes schumacher in the damp, MS fans say this means nothing because he has a wet-leaning set up.
It's pointed out that this is hypocrisy as schumacher is praised for his set up choices in similar circumstances and that one of his most famous drives was one where he had a huge set up advantage over the grid.
you dive in claiming that senna had TC at donnington but it was also legendary.
I make the point that this isn't an advantage as his rival also had it.
You get abusive and claim i don't know what i'm talking about.
I prove my point
you start flinging abuse around like an epileptic pebble dasher.
P.S just for the record i've been watching F1 since 88, saw senna race, wasn't a fan. That's the problem with guessing, you're usually wrong
Do you even read other peoples posts or just simply babble around ? Its pretty clear you're in here for a kick or two out of bashing Schumacher. I am not even a fan but I cant help but notice your one track mind.
1. Ayrton Senna had a clear car advantage over Williams in Donington Park 93, by way of his rivals fumbling on set up AND having terrible car problems. Prost in the post race interview clearly mentioned his problems with car handling, not to mention the extra time he spent in the pits. Never ever stopped it from being called as one of the great wet drives of all time.
2. Schumacher also gained in Spain 1996 from a setup advantage over his rivals
Whats peculiar to these two drivers is they managed to get these gambles right more often than not and were usually faster than their competition when it started to rain. Is this simply a factor of luck ? Or perhaps, there may be just the small little thing called judgement and talent that these 2 drivers (along with Hamilton in the present era) may have had. Its quite simply ridiculous to say either of Spain 1996 or Donnington park 93 dont go down in history as among the greatest wet weather drives of all time. Thats when people stop taking your view seriously. I am just trying to get you to open your eyes mate. Seems like I failed.
So when Schumacher gets his judgement wrong about wet weather setup, in a car which he clearly finds difficult to drive even in the dry, it does look like a valid reason to anyone who has been following the sport (especially one who claims to have been watching since 88). His track record of first class performance on a wet track is written in stone
over a long career of 16 years. Which gives his fans a reasonable basis to think there is something outside his control that is not allowing him to perform as well now.
But obviously all this is going to be lost on you. Continue on your little mission to free the world from the evil clutches of admiration for Schumacher.
And welcome to my ignore list
Edited by SparkPlug, 10 September 2010 - 11:55.