Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004

Schumacher’s condition “not good” – Montezemolo

F1 Fanatic Round-upPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

In the round-up: Michael Schumacher’s manager has again declined to elaborate on his condition after Luca di Montezemolo described his condition as “not good”.

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Un gran honor recibir esta condecoración de "Comendatore", de un país como Italia que siempre está en mi corazón. #grazie

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Comment of the day

Dropping the engine development tokens system may not be a cure-all:

On paper scrapping the tokens is a good idea but let us not forget that this will also mean that Mercedes can develop/improve their power unit and given how they have the best as it is with a significant budget, well organized technical departments and some of the best engine people around this change may end up allowing Mercedes to pull a bigger gap rather than doing what many hope it will and simply allow the rest to catch up.
PeterG

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On this day in F1

Juan Manuel Fangio won the non-championship Buenos Aires Grand Prix on this day 60 years ago, driving a Lancia D50. Stirling Moss took second ahead of Jean Behra, both in Maserati 250Fs.