i am sorry but monaco is not french !alfa_164s said:I don t understand what you mean. He is french canadian and was raised in Monaco, that is french also. So more french than english background.
When Michael has a good car he is the best driver around. When he has to think to catch up instead of keeping the lead, he lose everything and this is not he s only bad move. Everytime there is pressure, he collapses in his head
Schumacher and these people created Ferrari's golden era and reestablished Ferrari's prestige.Like it or not.AllthingsZagato said:Once again Michael shows why he will never be regarded as one of the true greats along with the team of people he drives for. They have simply become cheats, no more no less. From the flexi rear wing in the last few races to todays blatant gamesmanship they have shown no they have no interest in any kind of sporting attitude. Don't anyone be fooled into thinking these people care a jot about the history of the badge they wear. Hopefully tommorow will see some justice done.
Exactly. Somehow Senna punting Prost off in 1990, which he admitted he did deliberately to secure the championship, is fine, but Michael is a villain for shunting and stalling and shouldn't be in F1. Coming from JV, the (slowly) moving chicane, makes it even more of a joke. If Ferrari does something, like ask Rubens to move over, it is a scandal, but when Renault order Fisi to pull over for Alonso on the radio for the entire world TV audience to hear it isn't a problem.GTV116 said:Schumacher and these people created Ferrari's golden era and reestablished Ferrari's prestige.Like it or not.
Sorry i forgot it.F1's spirit of fair competition is Suzuka's 89 and 90 incidents.