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Michael Schumacher Retires...

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following his fine win in Italy..

the end of an era, a good Italian GP race, a good way to finish his last European and Ferrari's home GP in Italy..... so with 3 races to go but behind in the championship will he make it and be the world champion ? I hope he does.......


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Having won 90 races, I'm surprised he didn't want to stay until he'd hit the ton. Might get a couple more this season and then finish off next year.

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Proably the greatest that has ever lived, and possibly ever will,

though Senna would have probably been up there, if he hadnt reached such an early end,

Who can judge?


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Even though we knew it was gonna be announced, still felt very strange when confimred.

an end of an era.

F1 will never be the same again. depsite everything wish he had stayed.


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I really don't care for Team Ferrari, but my hat is off to one of the greatest drivers ever to turn a wheel in F1. Would he have been as successful as any of the other greats from bygone eras where it was truly man and [mechanical] machine? Who knows... but his talent and savvy are indisputable. Respect.


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just watching a "special" on schumi on German Tv - have to say he has aweful dress sense......... he seems to like the cowboy look. :eek:

and ralf at about 16 looks like he like a pie or two.

they also show mty fav f1 clip, when at spa shumi hit the back of coultard, storms up to coultards pit and coulthard pushes him away and tells him to "f"ck off" :D

and shumi STILL doesnt believe he has ever cheated..........

never liked schumi - talented but NEVER a sportsman.

btw - what does FIA stand for? Ferrari International Assistance. :(


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Fuchs on 10 September 2006

they also show mty fav f1 clip, when at spa shumi hit the back of coultard, storms up to coultards pit and coulthard pushes him away and tells him to "f"ck off" :D
Now that was good telly!

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and Renault are still claiming the FIA fixed the race et al.......

surely NOT ! :wink:


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Unbelievable talent Unbelievable lack of sportsmanship.

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by DaveK on 11 September 2006

Unbelievable talent Unbelievable lack of sportsmanship.
It's all about the winning! Just like the Karting will be!

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by So Poo on 11 September 2006

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by DaveK on 11 September 2006

Unbelievable talent Unbelievable lack of sportsmanship.
It's all about the winning! Just like the Karting will be!


Disagree Chris. It is not about winning, It is about getting even :twisted:

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by DaveK on 11 September 2006

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by So Poo on 11 September 2006

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by DaveK on 11 September 2006

Unbelievable talent Unbelievable lack of sportsmanship.
It's all about the winning! Just like the Karting will be!


Disagree Chris. It is not about winning, It is about getting even :twisted:
LOL.

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