Abu Dhabi – Dangerous crash

Yesterday, we witnessed a terrifying crash in the opening lap of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. It was between Michael Schumacher and Vitantonio Liuzzi. Thankfully both emerged unhurt from the mess.

Schumacher calls off return to F1

FailFans of Michael Schumacher will not like this news. Michael has called off his return to racing due to neck problem after the injuries he suffered earlier this year in bike crash.

“Yesterday evening, I had to inform Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo and team principal Stefano Domenicali that unfortunately I’m not able to step in for Felipe,” he said.

“I really tried everything to make that temporary comeback possible, however, much to my regret it didn’t work out. Unfortunately we did not manage to get a grip on the pain in the neck which occurred after the private F1-day in Mugello, even if medically or therapeutically we tried everything possible.”

“The consequences of the injuries caused by the bike-accident in February, fractures in the area of head and neck, unfortunately have turned out to be still too severe,” added Schumacher.

“That is why my neck cannot stand the extreme stresses caused by Formula 1 yet. These are the clear results of the examinations we did on the course of the past two weeks and the final examination yesterday afternoon.

“As there were no improvements after the day in Mugello, I decided at short notice on Sunday to do that thorough examination already yesterday.

“I am disappointed to the core. I am awfully sorry for the guys of Ferrari and for all the fans which crossed fingers for me. I can only repeat that I tried everything that was within my power. All I can do now is to keep my fingers crossed for the whole team for the coming races.”

Luca Badoer will race for Ferrari at the European GP.

Schumacher karting his way to fitness

Michael Schumacher has added karting to his programme to regain fitness to compete in Valencia.

Schumacher returns!

Michael-SchumacherMichael Schumacher is back with Ferrari as long as Felipe Massa is getting recuperated. The seven-time world champion retired at the end of 2006 but now at the age of 40 will try to sneak out a few more victories in this current stint.

Hello there, can you believe it?

“For team loyalty reasons I can’t ignore this unfortunate situation,” said Michael Schumacher.

Now who will Ferrari choose as their no. 1 driver? Can he add to his record 91 victories?

Lets wait for some time to get the answers.

Last lap of Schumi in Ferrari (the video will get updated soon 😛 )

PS: I am very excited to see Lewis Hamilton locking horns with the one and only ……….

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