I post to express an opinion, which is my right, if I'm not mistaken. I never once said that every single driver on the grid lacks class. No fantasies whatsoever.
Not questioning your right, obviously, that was merely the observation that you wouldn't give a damn either way if you really didn't 'care' about Schumacher or have any opinions you'd want people to hear out.
You were on about Fangio and co in your post, so by those romantic standards (real or imagined) every driver on the current grid would indeed lack class, as they're all selfish sharks that wouldn't give a damn about their fellow racer.
Wrong. F1 is competitive today because of the quality of the drivers on the grid and these same drivers are leaving Schumacher well behind them.
And how can you tell? Any facts, evidence, anything concrete at all?
Or is that just your empty opinion, with nothing to back up your claims or prove anything...
On the other hand, as I said, if you took Schumacher out of the equation all his rivals would have shared the scraps between them and would have been considered equals, making the field 'ultra competitive', as it is today.
The fact is that Schumacher was so much better than the rest that some of the detractors have had to come up with incredible explanations for his success, like for instance the fantastic notion that somehow no driver of high calibre had managed to reach the pinnacle of motorsport to compete against him for the fifteen year period that he raced in his first career. I mean you can't hold it against him that he made them look like amateurs...