No Jos but after Michael won the title not just in '94 but also in '95, 2000,2001,2002,2003 and 2004 (and almost certainly '99 if he hadn't had broken his leg), people couldn't help notice that he had something special.yener wrote:Jos Verstappen told the media;
I'm not amazed that Schumachers comeback is a little dissapointing because I knew that he isn't that fast. Everybody saw him like som "GOD" but he isn't!
wesley123 wrote:I honestly doubt Jos and Schumacher even raced karts together.
Joe Sayward interview, May 1st 1996 wrote:
Q: You raced against Schumacher in go-karting didn't you? Was he as good then as he is now?
JV: "He was very good. He was European Champion in 1987 or 1988. The European Championship often said more than the World Championship because that was just one race. The European Championship was five races. Schumacher was never had the luck to World Champion and nor did I. Something always happened in the World Championship race: the engine failed or I made a mistake. I might have won it in 1991 but my engine blew up and Jarno Trulli [Recently signed as a Benetton driver] won it. I was European Champion in 1989, racing against people like Giancarlo Fisichella and Jan Magnussen. I raced gainst all these guys and it is good to see how the same people I drove with in go-karts and gradually coming into F1. My career got ahead of them for a while but now we are all coming back to the same level."
Nothing new really, Aryton worked it out with his ears and eyes standing on the inside of turn 1 at the Pacific GP Aida, after Hakkinen had punted him off! So 'Option 13' was not as redundant as Flavio would have liked the FIA to believe.yener wrote:Jos Verstappen told the media...
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