Would you mind posting a link to that story? All the other media, that has quoted the story on a german magazine Bild say (correctly) that Keke has apologized for using harsh language, not changed his views on the incident nor on Schumacher himself in anyway.Keke Rosberg has admitted that he may have been a little harsh in his criticism of Michael Schumacher, following his Monaco incident, and has apologized to the German driver.
Oh one more think Keke Rosberg what did you do better? You shot off your mouth before your mind realized your son is racing now and maybe somone like Shumi might remember your big mouth. Or you just stupid!
Since you obviously didn´t follow the 1982 season (If you did, you´d realise how silly you come off), I´d suggest you stick to issues that you are even remotely familiar with.Oh yes!!!Mr Keke Rosberg!!
Τhe one, who managed to win the 1982 WC (44 points), after Pironi's(39 points) tragical accident,scoring just one win (swiss GP)!!!!
Whether or not i watched the 1982 season is of no significance (by the way, i did watch it).What is significant,however, is history and the official archives of F1,which justify my view regarding the way Rosberg won the championship of 1982, and that in the years to come he took a turn towards mediocrity.Finlandese said:deltahf_2,
Would you mind posting a link to that story? All the other media, that has quoted the story on a german magazine Bild say (correctly) that Keke has apologized for using harsh language, not changed his views on the incident nor on Schumacher himself in anyway.
And now for the gutter..
My apologies for everyone, for my part in dragging this thread towards an average F1 bulletin board.
How old are you? Five?..
Since you obviously didn´t follow the 1982 season (If you did, you´d realise how silly you come off), I´d suggest you stick to issues that you are even remotely familiar with.
Since your English is so good, I never spoke about a"competitive" or "uncompetitive" season. The bottom line is that Pironi who was paralysed in the practice runs of the German GP (where he was poleman) lost the remaining 5 races of the season. Ferrari competed with only one car in three of those 5 races. In the end Rosberg managed to win the championship with only a five point difference from Pironi.Finlandese said:GTV116
Well you sure can dish it, but you still seem to have some work to do in taking it..
Oh, you watched the 1982 season?!? Well, let´s just say that your view isn´t the way the majority of the community looks back at the season (for example Autosport rates it as one of the most competetive ever).
Still waiting for that removal of the permanent chief judge in F1 that you (with your secret inside info) said was immenent..
One one matter you are right(!!): I probably should occupy myself with my other intrests, as this is going in a way of that old joke about special olympics/arguing in the internet.
Have a ball!
Can't you the very big difference in stopping on the track to block others qualifying lap.Tifosi said:Senna never banged wheels repeatedly with opponents to try and crowd them off the track.
Michael Schumacher is the only 'dirty' driver in F1 history ever.......
Take the blinders off people. ****.
There is nothing illegal about closing the door ... . Senna was dreaming to think he would have pulled that pass off.Sprintn said:Wait a minute... Senna's actions were in retaliation for Prost closing the door on him befor they even got to the corner, the previous year. Senna drove up the inside and Prost chopped across his front end. Had Senna not been there, Prost would have drove into the grass he turned in on Senna so early!
You can all see where my Allegiances lie. LOL!!!