Yes, Michael Schumacher is back. As a racing driver of course. But for a short while to replace the seriously injured Felipe Massa (That was a scary and freaky accident. Thank god he is going to be better) for at the least the European Grand Prix.
Yes, this post is quite late considering it’s been over 24 hours since MS was confirmed to be back but then I did not want to celebrate before it was a certainty. Now I am extremely pleased (please read jumping with joy but I shall try to be mature and say pleased ;-) ) that we all get a chance to see Schumi back in a Formula 1 car. However it also makes me long. Long to perhaps see Schumi in one of the last few races he will be in a formula 1 car as a F1 driver. It’s like a sign that this is my chance to see him live. Oh I wish I could…
The legend, the greatest driver in Formula 1 history finally retires.
After a fantastic win in Italy, Michael Schumacher announced his retirement from the sport where he has reached a position no other driver can reach. It is a sad day to see my favorite driver retire. He will be missed. :(
To make the news of Michael’s retirement slightly less painful, Kimi Raikkonen has signed up for Ferrari. Kimi who was my favorite driver after Michael will continue my support for Ferrari. I am glad he decided to join the Prancing horse team :)