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Micheal Schumacher: The Controversy the No-Return Created

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - APRIL 04:  Former Ferrari Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher of Germany is seen on the Ferrari pitwall before qualifying for the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix at the Sepang Circuit on April 4, 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
Muffakham ShaheriyarCorrespondent IDecember 10, 2016

The guy decided to come back, but couldn't.

People now are jumping up and pointing at his attitude.

They are criticising his tryst with the two wheelers.

As a person, Schumi has all the right to do what he wants and we don't dictate it. That Massa would be injured severely wasn't known to him and nor was the fact that he would be asked to fill the void.

So why criticize??

His attempt to comeback showcased the man's desire and his hunger to compete in the Fast lane.

He came back primarily to help Ferrari out and as Massa was a good friend or should I say protege. The mentor was standing in for his protege.

His disappointment was evident. You may have not seen it, but it was there to see. He was angry at himself for not being able to help his beloved Ferrari, the team he helped resurrect.

So it is better not to doubt his intentions. Media is angry at the loss of money, but we should be happy that at least Schumi won't go Senna way.

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