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400SPYDER
02-03-2006, 02:06 PM
This will make Sy happy - from todays Sporting Life :-

Michael Schumacher has tipped Ferrari to bounce back this year and challenge once more for the world championship.

Formula One's most successful driver looked a spent force last season as Ferrari's grip on both titles slipped after five years of unbroken success.

But, after an unusually active winter testing schedule for the seven-times world champion, Schumacher is optimistic ahead of next week's first race in Bahrain.

He told Autosport: "I think we'll see a very close fight this year between three or four teams.

"I'm pretty optimistic we can be one of them along with Renault and Honda, I think. Whether we will win it, we'll see, but we'll be in it I think."

MalcH
02-03-2006, 02:07 PM
Lets hope so. I only started watching last year and Ferrari were near hopeless.:grin:

Elms
02-03-2006, 05:49 PM
This will make Sy happy - from todays Sporting Life :-

Michael Schumacher has tipped Ferrari to bounce back this year and challenge once more for the world championship.

Formula One's most successful driver looked a spent force last season as Ferrari's grip on both titles slipped after five years of unbroken success.

But, after an unusually active winter testing schedule for the seven-times world champion, Schumacher is optimistic ahead of next week's first race in Bahrain.

He told Autosport: "I think we'll see a very close fight this year between three or four teams.

"I'm pretty optimistic we can be one of them along with Renault and Honda, I think. Whether we will win it, we'll see, but we'll be in it I think."

Didnt think he would tip Honda as a serious contender. Great engines and team but seem to be a 'nearly' contender for the last couple of years.

barabus
02-03-2006, 09:13 PM
This will make Sy happy - from todays Sporting Life :-

Michael Schumacher has tipped Ferrari to bounce back this year and challenge once more for the world championship.

Formula One's most successful driver looked a spent force last season as Ferrari's grip on both titles slipped after five years of unbroken success.

But, after an unusually active winter testing schedule for the seven-times world champion, Schumacher is optimistic ahead of next week's first race in Bahrain.

He told Autosport: "I think we'll see a very close fight this year between three or four teams.

"I'm pretty optimistic we can be one of them along with Renault and Honda, I think. Whether we will win it, we'll see, but we'll be in it I think." Cheers Kev, lets hope he's not mistaken:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

430RGT
02-03-2006, 10:23 PM
Well apperently ferrari and some other teams having been doing various testing togeather, or so i've read so it would be a pretty close race if the cars become similar and similar...Anyone smell A1 grand prix:tongue3:

steve f
03-03-2006, 09:10 AM
Well apperently ferrari and some other teams having been doing various testing togeather, or so i've read so it would be a pretty close race if the cars become similar and similar...Anyone smell A1 grand prix:tongue3:
schumacher is an old has been he should retire

woza
03-03-2006, 12:29 PM
schumacher is an old has been he should retire


ive heard people say the same about you!!! :shocked: :shocked:

Woza.

MalcH
03-03-2006, 01:51 PM
schumacher is an old has been he should retire
hate to say it Steve but it was the car last year. Just look how much better he did than Ruebens