Yes, right you are. I have travelled around the globe a few times, and made living on four continents, yet towards end of my life I can tell you that creating moral template and expecting that all people will fit the frame has never worked properly. Saward's expectations are his only, and he can live with those, no problem. Point being, that Schumacher has come out from a slightly different culture, and for those of us who follow him long enough we know that he is a sincere person who has admitted to a mistake when he felt like that. Obviously this time he expected something else, and I do not pretend that I know what it was. (Like Vettel in Turkey). I think about it like synchronized swiming, and if one deviates, pile of them go down. I am not blaiming Senna; all what I am saying is that I do not understand techical side of the incident, but just from watching Michael, there was something else in this. Could be that word "idiot" was just a relieve valve open (others say s**t), maybe he was angry with himself. I am not sure, but based on his performance this year I would be careful to write him off, and baseless, far encompassing attack on him is really uncalled for, as pecially when there is one standard for Schumacher, and another for McLaren boys. F1 of today is markedly different from times when he chased Senna and/or Prost, yet he has adopted well. My compliment to him.
I give you that, Sakae - Spain was extremely unlucky both for Schumi and for Senna - both were victims. Senna victim of degrading tires, Michael victim of an unsteerable car so close in the slipstream behind Senna at the end of the straight. Yes, in a way Michael himself was the idiot, he should have known that after so many years in the sport.
Interesting, Sakae, you lived on four continents, myself only on three - my homes were in Salzburg, Sao Paulo, New York City, Rome, Prague, Hamburg, Vienna, The Hague, Milan and Zurich. Where have you been around? Sorry, out of context.