I'm so disappointed, but I'd rather have MSC crash and be forced into retirement from traumatic injuries than finish a distant 2nd to Nico.
Kidding. That's absurd. The fact that MSC is, for the first time since 2006, in a car that can take a pole and a win in a dry race on pure speed is the most positive thing I can imagine. I'm crossing my fingers that Merc can keep the development curve high so that when I get to go to Canada, a track well suited to their car and a track where Michael was once totally dominant (never outqualified by a teammmate until 2010), I can expect to watch him fight for the win unlike last year when he slid backwards at the hands of DRS.
I almost forgot about Canada for a second, I went there in 2006, great track.
We also have
And we all know most likely what's he done there, even in the mercedes cars of 2010/11 he was fast there.
17 races left, that used to be the total races of 1999/2000 and many seasons.
Oh and I almost forget Brazil
He's very good at Brazil as well
So Spain, Monaoc, Suzuka, Spa, Brazil, Monza are all to come, and the other races
He was handy at India last year as well, new gp in Austin texas, on paper Schumacher has alot of tracks to do something,
Edited by SeanValen, 15 April 2012 - 15:15.