Ross Brawn said “maybe we can create a yellow flag” to Michael Schumacher before the Ferrari driver did so in qualifying at Monaco in 2006, according to Felipe Massa.
Michael Schumacher makes his first racing appearance at Monaco this weekend since the notorious controversy he caused there in 2006. Schumacher tried to hold on to pole position in qualifying that year by parking his car at the exit of Rascasse corner, preventing other drivers from improving their time. The stewards saw through the ruse … Continue reading Michael Schumacher still refuses to explain 2006 Rascasse controversy
Fernando Alonso took his first win in the Monaco Grand Prix after all the other competitors dropped out of contention. Kimi Raikkonen and Mark Webber suffered car failures – and Michael Schumacher was sent to the back of the grid after a controversial qualifying session. It was a surprisingly lively Monaco Grand Prix with shock … Continue reading Alonso grabs Monaco win as Schumacher recovers to fifth
The stewards of the Monaco Grand Prix have sent Michael Schumacher to the back of the grid after deciding he deliberately stopped during Q3 to hinder his rivals.
No question about what was the big talking point after Monaco Grand Prix qualifying. Michael Schumacher, already on provisional pole, speared into Rascasse and stopped short of the outside barriers, apparently unable to get around. Fernando Alonso, 0.3 quicker in the first two-thirds of the lap, had to back off and Schumacher kept the pole. … Continue reading Schumacher’s suspicious spin