syafiqa wrote: coup wrote:
f1anatic wrote:Time to clean up the squad...get Jean Todt back in charge...and bring Michael out of retirement.
so you're suggesting that as long as ferrari have schumacher and jean todt, they will win? what happens in 20 years when schumacher is 60, and physically unable to drive an f1 car? And, how did ferrari manage to win races and championships before schumacher was even in f1?
just because it has been a tough few races for ferrari, doesnt mean that they need to sack everyone and bring back schumacher. they will battle through, and right now, ferrari need all of its fans behind the team, not trying to destroy it.
also, if you want ferrari to bring back all of the staff from schumacher's era, would nigel stepney be welcome?
I'm agreed with u dude
As ferrari fans we must always support the teams in no matter what circumstances.
Through up and down.
Dude I am not sure what you are thinking...but like others say, you are putting in my mouth words I did not say. I never said I want Michael back until he is 60. What Todt and Schumi bring to the team is stability, leadership, experience and confidence.
Maybe we are watching the performance of a different driver. I am commenting mostly on this driver:http://www.formula1.com/results/driver/2008/12.html
Canada - accident
Belgium - accident
Singapore - accident
I don't even remember other accidents but I think there were others. I also do not recall the exact races but Ferrari has had trouble with releasing drivers from the pits too early this year. Not that Michael did not have accidents, but usually they were premeditated. Michael did not crash by himself unless he did it on purpose.
And while I agree that Ferrari fans (or any fans, McLaren Renault etc) must stick with their team and drivers thru thick and thin...that shouldn't mean that as a fan one should not criticize his favorite team's poor performance. The harshest critics should be the team itself and then the fans themselves. Sticking with them is one thing...accepting their poor performance - both on the driver and the management (and organizational) level is another thing. I will not be happy to see Ferrari lose the championships, but I will be the first to say they deserved to lose it. Because they do not deserve to win it...that's for sure.