Do you guys have alzheimer?
In silverstone he was smashing Nico's times (during the race). All season he is on par or eevn etter when it comes to the race (whether you see it or don't want to see it). In qualy the gap is 1.2 sec. Do you really think it is because of him?
Yes he made a mistake, but without it he would have finished 8th. The balance of the car was not good for him and he lost precious time in P3. Everybody knows that if you cannot practice with KERS, your dead meat. KERS working or not, changes the balance of the car and also the way the car is braking the corners (as confirmed by Brawn during that awfull Australian GP). You cannot just set-up a car without KERS for the situation when KERS becomes avaliable again in the next session.
Schumi is on it, whetehr you like it or not. This weekend he is just unfortunate again. PERIOD.
Period, sure. MS' period
is long over, that's the thing, weather you like to see it or not.
His recent good performances in the wet / mixed conditions were honourable, but also mislead to a false dawn. Those conditions are far less demanding physically than driving on a bone-dry track, that's why some of the old sparkle showed up again.
Overall, lap-in lap-out during a long tedious season, it appears all a bit too much for him, he's making a hell of lot more mistakes than Rosberg, big and small. Not to speak of that yesterday he needed reminders by his engineer to not stand on the gas during
braking... I know he did that in his former life, but by now he's driving like 30 races in the current car and still he hasn't got a handle on it?
Edited by as65p, 23 July 2011 - 17:05.