We do have different opinions. And yes, i agreed they cannot win anymore on a consistent basis, but that doesnt mean they are not capable anymore of a win. The opposition might be to strong for ms, but i have seen and confident that if michael is confident with the car and is strong enough, he will win undoubtedly. He just needs a perfect weekend just like the past 5 winners.
I'm not convinced. Maybe if the stars align and circumstances allow either of them could snatch one last win, but I don't see any way either of them are returning to consistent race wins. Both are off their peak, don't have the machinery to do it, and the opposition is too strong.
This is a unique season where I think nobody is going to be as consistent as we've seen from winners in the past. I think this season it is hard for many to look consistent. Schumacher's badluck has been consistent, that's his man worry, and a trend he has to reset by keep on doing what's he's doing, it's a numbers game, in 3 decades of racing Schumahcer has largely overall done well, and his pace does not reflect the points he's gotten, it's just a matter of continue to drive hard and let everything else play out, maybe he was due more badluck, and others will get it at later parts of the season. Schumacher hasn't finished a lbert park race at mercedess, but he's looked good for a result in the past 3 years now, generally the start of seasons haven't gone his way, no more truer then this season so far, but he's driving much better then the early parts of 2010, but the competition is so wide, and lots of have finished, it's sort of masking what Schumacher can do and hopefully soon will.
This is a unique season, and I don't think any of us have seen such unpredictability, and it is the longest season of them all. Our last winner was Williams driver and who would of thought we would see Williams win a race at Spain over Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault, Mclaren, Lotus-Renault etc
The same situations that have prevented Schumi from doing well, may will play into his hands at some point, and that's relative to all drivers, but when your trying to analyse a season that's not even half a way through and with 5 different winners, iit's pretty clear this season is presenting a challenge that no other season has done so for forumers around the world!
Edited by SeanValen, 20 May 2012 - 15:30.