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Author Topic: Scumacher branded over-rated by F1 legend.  (Read 7768 times)

Offline judy

Re: Scumacher branded over-rated by F1 legend.
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2010, 09:20:56 AM »
It is true that Schumi has acheived the maximum within the condition that allows him to exploit the situation in Ferrari to his advantage.

However the ban of in-season testing has exposed his flaws and reveal that Nico could adapt much better to the condition of limited testing. There is no dount that Nico put up with the situation in a brave manner and exploit the condition of limited testing to his advantage.

Offline raindancer

Re: Scumacher branded over-rated by F1 legend.
« Reply #31 on: May 01, 2010, 04:02:57 PM »
I agree with Judy and I neither like nor dislike MS. All I am saying is Schuey was a good driver but not the great he is being made out to be and that is what Sir Moss said.

if you alter any of the conditions under which MS won, he wouldnt have won so much and been as good or bad as anyone. Frentzen beat him regularly in the lesser formula but he never got a proper chance. That is Sir Moss's point.
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