"the tallest tree catches the most wind"
a man wins 91 races, (spa 93? spain 96? hungary 98?), 7 wdc's, and people hate him for it?
Michael is the only driver I'm aware of on the grid, who prefers a reasonably heavily oversteering car, which he balances out with the throttle...
with 200 less HP than 06, and narrower front tires, and a car designed for smooth driving Jenson Button, this was always going to play against him.
with no testing, the entire season he did as much driving as he'd normally do in a month of testing with Ferrari in 2006;
with Merc hiring new engineers and growing the team, MS's input into the new car, and the pirelli tires perhaps being 'more aggresive', if the teams can agree to this, I'm expecting Mr Schumacher to make a big leap towards the front
Edited by steveninthematrix, 17 November 2010 - 07:08.