I am a FH squatter
- Dec 23, 2003
The other F1isdoomedthread was a bit depressing so a new optimistic thread!
BMW is quitting!
BMW is quitting!
Michael Schumacher will make a shock return to Formula 1 to replace injured Ferrari driver Felipe Massa.
The seven-time world champion, 40, retired at the end of 2006 but has agreed to drive at the European Grand Prix in Valencia on 23 August.
Massa fractured his skull in Hungarian GP qualifying and may be out for the rest of the year.
Schumacher, who is a Ferrari advisor said; "For team loyalty reasons I can't ignore this unfortunate situation."
It's a bloody big win for the sponsors. I wonder how many more people will be glued to the screen because of this legend Can't wait to see how he fares myself.Well he doesn't have the best car for once, so I guess we will all see just how good he is. I'm hoping he will prove just how awesome he is.
No matter what, no matter if you like him or not it is clear he is an uber driver. Just simply amazing.Well he doesn't have the best car for once, so I guess we will all see just how good he is. I'm hoping he will prove just how awesome he is.
Don't forget the cheating part. Dirty german. I hope he now loose big time when he doesn't drive the best car.Of course the dirty hun was beating out brave boys ( mansell + hill + coulthard ).
Supreme driver. I hope he's still got it.
Raikkonen did bag 3rd last weekend so the car is definitely competitive.
Renault's comment sort of reads "Bollocks, they caught us":Renault charged over 2008s' Singapore race where Piquet caused a safety car right after Alonso had pitted.
Spankaroo time, I wonder how they found out, maybe something to do with why they kept Piquet for so long despite him being shit?
Renault F1 said:The ING Renault F1 Team acknowledges the FIA's request for representatives of the team to appear before the FIA World Motor Sport Council in Paris on the 21st of September 2009, before attending the hearing the team will not make any further comment.
Alonso had to know, why else would he run a short pit stop strategy from 15th on the grid? The only way it works is if Alonso pits first.
3. Alonso - as much as I dislike the jumped up shit, I'm not sure he'd have been involved with this sort of thing. We need to see his sort remain in F1.