CONFIRMED: Michael Schumacher Will Drive Massa's Ferrari

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IJuly 29, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS - SEPTEMBER 26:  Michael Schumacher of Germany and Ferrari (Rear-C) attends a photo session with Kimi Raikonnen of Finland and McLaren, Juan Pablo Montoya of Columbia and Williams (L) and F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone (C) after a practice for the United States Grand Prix on September 26, 2003 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Yippee!!! that's my reaction! I got a good reason to watch F1 again, good for the sport.

It is unfortunate IT had to be in such a sad circumstance, but it is racing and it is very dangerous.

By the way God bless Felipe Massa.

Not much information yet, but you can go to MS web site and get the latest

Again breaking news :

It is confirmed Michael Schumacher is back in an F1 race car.

Again....Yippee!

Now if just could get Montoya to SPEED his way there I be all set.

You all got that joke ..."SPEED" sure you did..

 

Here is part of the release:

"Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro intends to put Michael Schumacher in Felipe Massa's car until the Brazilian driver will be able to race again," Ferrari confirmed in a statement.

"Michael Schumacher said he is ready and, over the next few days, will undertake a specific training programme at the end of which confirmation will be given of his participation in the championship with effect from the European Grand Prix on the 23rd of August."

 

Look at the picture on my article, God I love the good old days. lol

 

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