But to end on a positive note, as sorry as his comeback looks to me, his first career will remain marvellous whatever happens. Frankly, I expect in 10, 20 years time the comeback will be reduced to a footnote to his former achievements, like Mansell@McLaren or the comebacks of Alan Jones.
But to end on a more positive note, prospects of winning with a 3rd team, who helped him into f1 is not closed, it just might take longer, and being the only driver at his time to leave and return to f1 with a 3 year gap, in his 3rd decade of racing, didn't give up despite huge expectations, enjoyed driving grand prix cars, despite having millions and done it all, this is about enjoying life, came back, took a shot at competiting, and gave racing fans someone to root for further down from pole. Mansell quit early at Mclaren, there is no comparison, yet Schumacher likes to build something, doesn't mind being written off, and has alot of belief in himself, you gotta admire someone who's stuck with improving himself, and he has improved from 2010, the rest is in the hands of mercedes, and timing/I'm sure everyone would like to see former champions in cars capable of fighting for podiums/wins consistently/not 6/7th place etc
Canada 2011 was more impressive then anything Mansell did in 1994 at Mclaren, the fact Michael was robbed of a 2nd place, because the FIA deemed wet tyres for wet races unsafe, lets wait for interes lol, there is no excuse for the FIA, they robbed drivers to race in the rain and get a upperhand on faster cars in the dry, that's what happened with Michael. A 2nd place, for a man who's been written off more times then countable, even in his first career, it seems that has followed him into this 2nd career. That's a better positive note I reckon.