Great. Now he just needs to retire at the end of the season so I don't have to curse his smug ass every single race next year.Miguel said:In any event, 700th ferrari start and 7 world championship for MS
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http://www.homeoff1.com/news/item.aspx?id=8000Miguel said:Anybody knows what happened to Montoya's investigation when he took trulli out in fustration? I hope they make him take 10 positions down next race.
Poor McLaren, now that they are doing better, they don't know what they are getting into by having Montoya as a driver -eek-
I couldn't disagree more. I'm a Michael Schumacher fan, but I would rather one of the other drivers take the fight to him and challenge him for the world title, rather than him bow out with his competition so far behind him. If he did that, we the fans would be left wondering if Raikkonen or Button or Alonso or whoever became dominant were really good enough to be world champion, or if they were still just the 'best of the rest'.DarkSol[/i][b]Now he just needs to retire at the end of the season so I don't have to curse his smug ass every single race next year. [/b][/quote] [QUOTE][i]Originally posted by Lotus Fury said:Schumi is the best driver ever but I do wish he would retire and let the others step up.
Yeah, all the bud drinkers working on their HP Pavilion'sGedi said:Is there a trend to support Williams in America?
If you were to remove the US team from the Olympic games this would have been an awesome year for the Olympics. Yeah, that is what your statement sounds like.Lotus Fury said:If you were to remove Ferrari from the races this have been an awesome year for F1.
Just because he called a press conference it doesn't mean he is going to retire, it could be to kill the rumors flying around, but you never know.Randy Chase said: