You disqualify yourself by using phrases we do need in this discussion - Max the Maschoist. What has to do with Schumacher? More funny is to point out that Schumacher benefited more from Mosley than Prost from Balestre. Everybody knew about the special relation between Alain and the frenchman. Mosley never changed the grid slots and transferred the pole to the dusty side for his "best buddy" Schumacher. You only show that you don't like Schumacher like you have done in the Schumacher thread. But if you argue, and that is a your right, Prost was the the far better driver than Schumacher please use more dimension than Jerez, 1994, traction control and customized tires.
Schumacher was the better rain driver, the better qualifier, transformed (of course with others) Ferrari to winning team, had by far more master class performances than Prost in the late 90s. Even without his winning streak from 2000 to 2004 Michael showed in every way he was a better and faster version of Prost. Your turn.
Would you like to comment about how Schumacher had the dubious distinction of being the only multiple world champion who was set to be kicked out of two world championships? It only turned out to be one, but really, for a gentleman held in such high regard, that's a rather black mark that cannot be removed, ever.
Had Max the Masochist not been so keen to prevent the German idol from suffering such an awful fate, and altering the voting process in October 1994, Benetton would have been kicked out.
I don't need to provide anymore dimension. 1990, 1994, 1997, 2006, are all fantastic examples of how horrific Schumacher's on track behavior was.
I'm sorry you don't like to actually accept any of that, and feel a need to minimize it.
BTW, please do tell me how much competition Michael actually faced that was on the same level as what Prost faced?
Edited by BoschKurve, 02 November 2012 - 23:42.