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Schumacher to be trackside at Barcelona?

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by BoiledBunny (U5070635) 09 May 2007
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So Schumacher is going to be there this weekend?

I am not a fan of the guy, and to be honest given he's no longer driving he appears far too often on these 606 postings.

I think my dream scenario would be for Brundle to ask him a few pointed questions, "So almost a year on Michael do you think your Monaco qualifying stunt was a bit of an error?" and this season's second McLaren 1-2.

I hope we get to see Schumacher and Kimi in the same shot, I want to see Kimi's body language.

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posted May 9, 2007

Kimi will be concentrating on winning, nothing else, I doubt it'll bother him too much. At the end of the day he prised MS out of the team and that is sweet enough in my book. Massa's the one who can't wait to see his 'mentor' it seems. Can't wait to tell him how much he's improved and all that, and how he's faster than Kimi so far. Since Massa was merely MS's pawn for winning WDC's I think he'll find that amusing!

Sadly MS won't talk to Brundle, there has been a long standing feud between those two over a comment Brundle made some years ago.

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comment by notdsj (U2145290)

posted May 10, 2007

CAn't remember the comment but perhaps it was too near the truth.

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comment by jmb (U1574246)

posted May 10, 2007

He had a contract with RTL to only talk to them pre-race, don't know if there was anything else with Brundle, although not many other options to conduct a proper interview with him, can't expect James Allen to do a good job.

Hopefully now he is out of the fire he will be a bit more relaxed and candid, I do believe there is a sense of humour in there somewhere.

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comment by Daninho (U1767636)

posted May 11, 2007

I think MS did the right thing to retire because of his age. But he is still the fastest driver alive and I bet he is smiling inside that the "slow" massa is faster then the "wonderboy" raikkonen. that proves that MS would have an easy time with raikkonen as teammate.

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posted May 11, 2007

Bump test.

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posted May 11, 2007

"I think MS did the right thing to retire because of his age. But he is still the fastest driver alive and I bet he is smiling inside that the "slow" massa is faster then the "wonderboy" raikkonen. that proves that MS would have an easy time with raikkonen as teammate."

You have an incredible sense of optimism I must say.

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