Other than repeating initial opinion purported by media, do you have actually any admision from the team that his act was deliberate? I am not interested in statements like "everyone can see it", because I certainly do not. In fact, I know close to nothing what happened to his car, what he could or could not do, and how he managed to develop a such devilish scheme in nanoseconds without having comprehensive situational overview who is where on the track, and what's needed to neutralise opposition. Just the facts would be very nice change. I am not leaning one way or another, but I wait what he will say, when time is ripe.
I certainly respect your opinion here. Very well put.
I was very disappointed in Michael at Monaco 2006...
Michael is last of newcomers who entered racing end of era when greats such as Prost, and Senna were active. It were different times, and hard knock racing commonplace then, is called a murder (denotes hard to take) today by younger generation. I do not expect everyone to understand, but being an ancient myself, I know enough to recognize that he is actually a gentle guy, and one of the toughest as they ever were born. Not enough reasons however to be dispappointed over him.
Edited by Sakae, 06 May 2012 - 00:21.