polishgenius Posted July 31, 2022 Share Posted July 31, 2022 To be fair, while Brawn obviously had a lot to do with it because he's a fucking genius, Schumacher was always known as both a great developer-driver communicating with the team about what the car needed through the seasons, and a guy with a great feel for a situation able to help his teams make strategy calls (also, helpfully, an insane ability to up his game if a risky strategy needed him to run on the very edge for a bit), and it's pretty clear as gifted as he is none of those things really apply to either driver now. If I recall, part of the reason there was strain with Alonso was that he wasn't as good at working with the team to bring and keep the car in line. I might be making that up but I have that recollection. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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