Yes! I was wondering the same thing this morning, why would someone at the TG staff approve such an article as it already has been officially dismissed
Brazil -4. Argentine -8. San Marino -2. Portugal -2 in the races where they both finished. Not (even) talking about the difference in time in the race, in qualifying it was varying between 0.4 and 1.5s. Result list also proves the Ferrari was one unreliable m*********er :/ But nevertheless, Irvine's list with crash/spin is impressive there. So can you give me the address of your pharmacist please. Those meds you are using must be one hell of a drug
I think Schumacher was one of the reasons the sport professionalized in no-time, he worked extremely hard and I'm absolutely convinced Alonso is trying to pull off exactly the same trick. The man from Oviedo I find him to have a really lot in common with Schumacher, finding the latter to have the upperhand in self-confidence and agression, also Alonso isn't a bad cookie at that last one either. Fernando is one hell of a complete driver, except in my opinion he whines too much for things happening around him instead of dealing with it. That is the reason why I rate MSC higher than him and I find it an awful shame both didn't race each other in their real prime. I suspect Schumacher would have gone up to a really hard fight then.
I'm not going to take a reply seriously from a guy who makes race results up now am i? Please get your facts right, Schumacher didn't even finish in Argentina, and if he did he would have been at maximum only 3 places ahead of Irvine as Eddie finished 4th.