Time for Schumacher to retire...

  Seth Haniel 15:22 01 Aug 10

Another warped and dangerous move by the warped driver.

  Forum Editor 15:27 01 Aug 10

or at least to include a link, so people know what you're talking about.

  hssutton 15:38 01 Aug 10

Obvious to anyone who watched the race.

Michael Schumacher didn't like the idea of Rubens Barrichello overtaking him, so squeezed Barrichello almost into a concrete wall, fortunately the wall ended in time for Barichello to avoid what would have been a major crash. A Stewards enquiry is to kook into the incident.

  Forum Editor 15:43 01 Aug 10

It may well be obvious to race watchers, but this isn't a forum exclusively for F1 fans. It's always good to provide a little information in an opening post, so people don't have to waste time searching around.

  Noldi 15:56 01 Aug 10

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Still waiting stewards investigation into this incident.


  hssutton 16:15 01 Aug 10

Thats why I supplied the info

  Noldi 16:25 01 Aug 10

Mercs release of Nico Rosberg with a lose wheel was probably more dangerous, a lot of people in the pit lane without a lot of protection could have been hurt, very lucky.

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  Noldi 16:33 01 Aug 10

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Schumacher has 10 place penalty in Spa (next race)

  john 52 16:51 01 Aug 10

Schumacher that`s the way he has always drove !remember the 1994 Australian Grand Prix when both he and Damon Hill were forced of the track enabling Schumacher to win that years title

  Noldi 17:22 01 Aug 10

When he put Hill in the wall they were not traveling at 300+ Kmh. Today that was bad. I see it as no respect to Barichello a ex team mate for 6 years. But Senna was simular putting people in situation where they have to back off or crash.


  Strawballs 17:42 01 Aug 10

There was a lot going on in that pit lane.

As for Schumacher he did not like the idea of his former team mate overtaking him in what is suppose to be an inferior car this season.

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