You win as a team, you lose as a team.
I don't remember Michael apologizing to the team, Brawn or Haug for running into Senna, Kobayashi or Vergne either. Nor was he notorious during his whole career for ever accepting (let alone apologizing) when he had made mistakes.
Karma always goes full circle.
The teamhave apologised to him as he has also apoloised to the team...an easy google search will show that - but of course AN won't remember some of the apologies so I willhelp him
Apologies to team
Check f1pit radio.. you might find a few sorries in there - might even find sorries both ways
July 2012 The way I ended the second session was obviously not part of the plan and I'm sorry that my mistake has given my guys even more work to do this evening," Schumacher said. "I simply slid off track because I lost a little concentration: we were talking on the radio and I was altering some settings at the same time. But that's all part of the game.
re: apologising to drivers - yes it's hard for him, and I know you won't remember them all, so do a quick google search. I can find one this year already- Vergne
and what the hell is this
"As racing drivers, we are independent of the cars," Schumacher said in an interview with Sunday's edition of German daily Die Welt.
"The fact things didn't go as well for me as planned is my fault, not that of the team.
"What is important though is to be able to look in the mirror and be able to say that I gave all I had. And I can do that.
"I can leave Formula One with my head held high."http://www.sbs.com.a...ult-says-Schumi
Edited by Raelene, 31 October 2012 - 09:35.