Last week he whined about the tires, this week it's Senna, what next week?
Given he didn't like the 2011/2010 cars, he stil was good, Michael did well at Monaco, the merchanical DNF last year stopped a potential good race. Michael's attack on Pirelli is good, Michael angry leaving the car in Spain is good, his races haven't worked dout due to the teams fault overall so far, but it must change.
This is the Michael people wanted to see in 2010, remember how laid back he was, 2011 earlier on as well, Schumi clearly is trying, and when the team mess up.
This isn't frustration because of being off the pace like in some races in 2010, this is frustration due to one bad young racer Senna, and a build up of races where the team mostly have left him down, although he won't admit it pubically for now. It's good to see Schumacher pisses off, he wants to do well, I think this will bold him well. He's been more then cool for a long time, but now he is seeing potential good results go fry out, he is showing just how badly he wants it. It's for us to be patient now, and for him to keep on fighting and getting angry, that's the MS people were calling for in 2010, he's back, the results will come, all of his merceedes seasons get better as they go along, and this season is the longest ever, so he still has a long way to go.
Hey, the guy was a brilliant racing driver, but you make too many excuses for him, he's not the Michael he once was, the sooner you come to grips with that, the happier you'll be and the more you'll appreciate what he's doing. I'm not a fan of his, but I can appreciate and respect what he's being able to accomplish as an elder driver. Instead of hoping for unreachable heights for him, you should just enjoy his presence in F1, it'll probably not last too much longer.