mx_tifoso wrote:zyphro wrote:SchumacherM wrote:Anything but Massa, I guess. No holding back, just replace him. He had his fair share of chances.
Replace him with Schumacher?
No, the traitor left to form Team Germany. Let him sink with them.
Neno wrote:I never seen Ferrari fan who called Schumacher a traitor You should worship him. He came to some lousy Ferrari after winning two championship with Benneton. He turned that lousy Ferrari into the winning team. And you call him a traitor? - and this coming from Renault fan, not Ferrari, not Benneton, but Renault.
bhallg2k wrote:Regardless of the status of his loyalty or disloyalty, I'm not really that psyched about the prospect of a 44-year-old driver in red, especially when you consider that the mind is the first to go, and he turned off his car today for no good reason.
bhallg2k wrote:I don't really think there's anything wrong with him, either. That last bit was just my dry-ass sense of humor.
All the same, this is Alonso's team now, and we've seen in the past that he doesn't always play well with others. The last thing I want to see is fate tempted by the reintroduction of an iconic figure who could easily disrupt whatever flow the team has going for it right now.
SchumacherM wrote:Anything but Massa, I guess. No holding back, just replace him. He had his fair share of chances.
Nando wrote:His third birthday and he´s already got two titles. Now that´s impressive
The rate of development has been astonishing
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