Michael Schumacher Says Goodbye To F1

Michael Schumacher Says Goodbye To F1

There are 9 comments on the Blogcritics story from Sep 10, 2006, titled Michael Schumacher Says Goodbye To F1. In it, Blogcritics reports that:

Michael Schumacher will be remembered in Formula 1 for many reasons. He is not only an incredibly talented driver, but also a driver that has caused a lot of controversy.

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jody

Wayne, NJ

#1 Sep 11, 2006
he was the best ever period ! f1 is going to suck without him
pooya

Iran

#2 Oct 21, 2006
He'l remain a hero in all F1 and racing lover
I wish All the best things like everything he have had for him.
Good Luck Michael
Your Fan from IRAN
Larry

Freehold, NY

#3 Oct 21, 2006
Whether you love him or hate him he certainly made things more interesting. I wonder if he is going to pull a rabbit out of the hat tomorrow in Brazil.
GermanF1

UK

#4 Oct 22, 2006
Great driver and great skill. Personality wise, I have never seen a more arrogant person in my life. F1 will go on and never miss an idiot who thought he was greater than GOD. GOOD RIDDANCE!!!
jonathan

Edinburgh, UK

#5 Oct 27, 2006
Michael is fantasytic F1 is going to be totally different without him.
jonathan

Edinburgh, UK

#6 Oct 27, 2006
I always remeber michael setting the fastest lap during the race which made it so exciting.
jonathan

Edinburgh, UK

#7 Oct 27, 2006
GermanF1 wrote:
Great driver and great skill. Personality wise, I have never seen a more arrogant person in my life. F1 will go on and never miss an idiot who thought he was greater than GOD. GOOD RIDDANCE!!!
What are you on about. He has a right to be arrogant as he is the only 7 times world champion
Larry

Windham, NY

#8 Oct 27, 2006
jonathan wrote:
<quoted text> What are you on about. He has a right to be arrogant as he is the only 7 times world champion
Since when does being great give a person the right to be arrogant? Arrogance implies a lack of respect for others. From what little I know of soccer, I believe that Pele was that sports Schumacher. Yet, I have never heard of him being arrogant. Actually, I don't think Michael is overly arrogant. I think he is just totally focused to the point of being intolerant of anyone who can't meet his standards. I also believe that being constantly told he is the greatest has altered his view of what he can or can't get away with. I'm waiting to see what his personality is like now that he is no longer racing.
At Brazil it was mentioned that Michael is affiliated with a charity, I think for children. Does anyone know more about it?
Steven

San Jose, CA

#9 Nov 23, 2006
Sad times.

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