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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #20 en: Diciembre 30, 2013, 11:38:41 am »








Las carreras no se ganan en la primera curva. Muchas veces se pierden. Juan Manuel Fangio

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #21 en: Diciembre 30, 2013, 20:34:49 pm »
Gran recopilación Pablo y Hector
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #22 en: Diciembre 31, 2013, 13:46:29 pm »

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #23 en: Diciembre 31, 2013, 18:10:17 pm »
Niki Lauda : "I find it completely shocking and unexplainable why this great driver, who won seven championships in over 300 races and stayed alive, could have something like this happen to him. It's tragic. He was the greatest driver of them all, with seven titles. Only the great Juan Manuel Fangio comes close to him, with five. He was the perfect racer, with speed, instinct and a great technical understanding. Michael is a very good skier and what happened to him could have happened to anyone. He's a perfect man, a solid man, an outstanding guy. He would not take unnecessary risks. He's not stupid. I certainly would not expect him to do something crazy in front of his own son. We racing drivers are adventurers. The more difficult something is, the greater the attraction that comes from it. Michael Schumacher is the greatest of the adventurers."
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #24 en: Diciembre 31, 2013, 18:13:41 pm »
Un fan ha ido al Karting de Shumacher en Kerpen y ha colgado esta gorra deseando que se recupere pronto



Bonito gesto, ojalá Michael pueda verlo por si mismo pronto.
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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #25 en: Diciembre 31, 2013, 18:17:53 pm »
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #26 en: Diciembre 31, 2013, 18:25:44 pm »
I only hope Michael Schumacher pulls through so that he can see all the nice things people are saying about him
With hindsight I know now that I was never on the seven-time world champion's level but he gave my career as a Formula One driver credibility

Friend and foe: Michael Schumacher and David Coulthard shared an underlying respect Photo: REUTERS
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The outpouring of concern for Michael Schumacher’s wellbeing over the past 36 hours, not only from the world of Formula One but from the wider sporting, and indeed non-sporting, community has been wonderful to see. In my opinion it constitutes long-overdue recognition of Michael’s status as a true sporting great. I only hope and pray that he pulls through to see what nice things people have been saying about him.
The truth is I do not believe that Michael has ever truly received the praise or recognition that his stunning achievements merited. And I say that now with the benefit of hindsight.
For years Michael was the perfect pantomime villain, particularly in this country; German, of course, ruthlessly efficient, ultra-aggressive. Whereas previous greats such as Sir Jackie Stewart or Juan Manuel Fangio left the door open to their rivals when racing, for fear of making what could easily have been fatal contact, Michael went all out in his pursuit of victory.
Sometimes he overstepped the mark – Jerez in 1997 and Rascasse in 2006 spring to mind – and those indiscretions made him unpalatable to the sporting purist. He was marked down by some, including me, as a tainted champion. But you cannot argue with his achievements.


At the end of the day he had the same rules and the same race marshals as the rest of us. And he destroyed us.
He could be infuriating. I had numerous run-ins with Michael, most famously at Spa in 1998 after we collided on a wet track and he stormed over to the McLaren garage and accused me of trying to kill him. I asked him later, in exasperation, whether he had ever been wrong about anything at any point in his life. “Not that I can remember,” he replied. To me that summed him up.
He had complete and utter self-belief. It was what made him a champion.
And what a champion: 91 grand prix victories and seven drivers’ world titles. I can say now, and again it is with the benefit of hindsight, that I was never on his level. You cannot admit that, even to yourself, during your career because you need to have self-belief but I have no trouble admitting it now.
Michael was the reference point for me. I can see that now. If I beat him to a win or a podium, I knew I had done a very good job. He gave my career credibility.
As I said, we did not always see eye to eye but there were two sides to Michael.

He was a ruthless competitor but at the same time he was a family man; generous, kind. If you were part of his trusted circle then he was loyal. If you were not, he could cut you off completely.
I never knew exactly which camp I belonged to but our shared relationship with Mercedes-Benz meant that we were thrown together regularly.
I can vividly recall being invited to Michael’s private parties after the German Grand Prix and staying up smoking cigars with him, late at night after a few drinks, talking about just how lucky we were to be doing what we loved.
There was always that underlying respect. When Michael retired at the end of 2006 he approached me and suggested we swap helmets. It had never even occurred to me to ask him. Why would he have wanted my helmet? But he knew that I collected them and I was honoured that he offered me his. It remains one of my prized possessions and I know he keeps mine at his home in Switzerland.
I think Michael might have got more credit before now had he not burnt his bridges so completely with the British media, to whom he was completely closed, at least during his first career. I think Sebastian Vettel may have learnt from that experience.
In any case, Michael’s comeback with Mercedes showed he had a more human side. And in a funny way, it cemented his legacy rather than harmed it.
Watching him struggle to match Sebastian and Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso, not always through fault of his own, proved that time waits for no man. It was too easy during his first career to assume that he simply swept all before him.
Those struggles with Mercedes gave us, certainly me, a new-found appreciation for the unbelievable levels of consistency he achieved in his first career.

This skiing crash has connected Michael to the rest of us on a human level once and for all. Here is a father, like any other, his wife and children at his bedside praying for him to pull through. It is something to which we can all relate.
The awful thing is that so often it takes something like this before we say what we truly feel about someone.
I hope that in this instance, with Michael having received such swift medical attention, and given the fact that he continues to receive the very best treatment possible, he is going to emerge victorious once again. And when he does he is going to realise in what esteem he is held.


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"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #27 en: Enero 01, 2014, 17:37:54 pm »


Via AFP news agency, Via : Lorenzo De Luca
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #28 en: Enero 01, 2014, 22:36:22 pm »
Lukas Podolski y sus compañeros del Arsenal le dedican la victoria a Schumy:
"Peleas? Este deporte fue construido a base de peleas. Deberíamos tener más peleas. Me gustan las peleas". Kevin Harvick; Noviembre 11, 2012.

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #29 en: Enero 03, 2014, 11:55:11 am »
En el día de su 45 cumpleaños, le deseo a Michael que pronto pueda celebrar como él sabe la victoria más importante de su vida.



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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #30 en: Enero 03, 2014, 17:21:22 pm »

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #31 en: Febrero 04, 2014, 19:25:06 pm »
Schumacher troleando

Las carreras no se ganan en la primera curva. Muchas veces se pierden. Juan Manuel Fangio

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #32 en: Abril 20, 2014, 20:14:27 pm »
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #33 en: Agosto 15, 2014, 19:25:27 pm »
"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #34 en: Diciembre 28, 2014, 11:43:54 am »
Video de uno de los primeros tests de MSC en 1996 con Ferrari, usando dos coches, el Ferrari 412T1B con motor V12 y el Ferrari 412T2 (el último en llevar motor V12 en la historia de la Scuderia y de la F1) con motor V10; entiendo que para decidir con qué seguir en el futuro. Lástima que se decantaron por el V10. En el Paul Ricard, al inicio de 1996.

"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
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Re:Historia de la F1: Michael Schumacher
« Respuesta #36 en: Enero 22, 2016, 23:41:39 pm »
Los tests en el Paul Ricard con el Ferrari 412T2 con motor V10 y el 412T1B con el V12 (eso dice el video).

La realidad es que parece que al inicio el 412T2 va con el V12 y al final del video con el V10.

"El GP perfecto hubiese sido: Gilles, Mansell, Senna, Prost, Tazio, Fangio, Moss, Stewart, Graham, Schummi, Jacky Icxs, Damon, Andretti, Fittipaldi, Jean Pierre Beltoise. En Spa, con lluvia y cualquier Mclaren de mediados 80's...Daria mi vida al diablo por verlo"J. Villeneuve"

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