Moss Criticizes Schumacher Once More

Michael Schumacher will have even less chances of making his return to F1 successful in the years to come, with the newest rules implemented by the International Automobile Federation (FIA) for the 2011 campaign. That is, of course, if we are to believe former F1 ace Sir Stirling Moss, who thinks that the stricter rules regardless careless and dangerous driving in F1 will further diminish Schu's chances in the series.

Needless to say, Moss has not forgotten the Hungarian Grand Prix episode between the 7-time world champion and his former Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello, when the former almost pushed the latter into the pit wall at the end of the main straight, during an overtaking attempt from the Brazilian.

I see that they've done something about dirty driving and that'll probably lessen Schumacher's chance,” said Moss in a recent interview with ESPNF1.

It was disgraceful what he did at the Hungarian Grand Prix; Formula One is now one of the safest sports there is, but if somebody had been coming out of the pits at that moment it could have been a disaster,” he continued.

Those comments from Moss come only weeks away from his public critic of the German champion regarding his performances in 2010. Talking about the former Ferrari-an, Moss said he was “all over the place” this season and did not express any positive feelings towards a potential improvement of that situation for the future.
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