no, these people really have a right to slam schumacher over drivers conduct.
All of which mistakes
in the wet
conditions (some of the most wet in recent history) and the one dry one was the safety cars fault. Locked wheels.
Which directly compared to calculated, deliberate, dangerous driving in 100% visibility conditions.
Sensationalist stuff. Wow.
I'd say a forum ban for anyone defending Schumachers move. Pretty much proves they have no grasp on racing and will defend absolutely anything he does, without logic or reason, and I don't want such people around. (That's probably why I never will be a moderator, though).
3) As dirty as it was, it still doesn't compare to what Schumacher did today.
Put Heidfeld in his seat before it's too late!
It already is. Norbert Haug is deeper in this than any forum fanboy could possibly be. He's been sticking up for Schumacher since his poor China showing. His BBC interviews are cringeworthy. The facial expressions of him and Nick Fry tell us all we need to know. There's too much pride and ego at stake and neither will remove Schumacher. I gave him the benefit of the doubt then and even in Canada but this race is the turning point. He is past it. They know it too but they can't slag him off, because that's
bad PR. Bit like Gerald Ratner announcing to the world that his jewellery was "total crap," at which point everyone realised it despite already knowing.
Edited by Disgrace, 01 August 2010 - 18:02.