Berger: Schumacher will retire after 2012 F1

Former McLaren and Ferrari driver Gerhard Berger expect that seven time world champion Michael Schumacher will stop his F1 career at the end of the 2012 season. The German Schumacher, , who first leave the Formula 1 in 2006 previous to making his come back two years ago, is entering the final year of his deal with Mercedes GP.

The Champion has fight back to competition the pace of team-mate Nico Rosberg so far, although the 43-year-old’s performances did start to pick up towards the end of last season. In last season Schumi had done 54 points, but its 13 points behind his fellow German Nico Rosberg.

“I do not think he will extend his contract. At this point I think it will be enough,” The Austrian told Auto Moto und Sport. He has no chance against Rosberg. He will have to admit that at more than 40 years old he cannot beat a young driver at his level.”

All material and photos are copyrighted material and owned by their respective owners. Use or depiction of images or trademarks throughout this website is for illustrative and editorial purposes only.Images come courtesy of; ferrari.com, mclaren.com, forceindiaf1.com, redbull.com, mercedesgp.com, renaultf1.com, toyota, bmw-sauber, williamsf1, lotus, virgin, Daylife.com, getty Images/LAT and AP Photos.

Click to comment
If you want any editorial or advertisement enquiry, Please send mail to thisisf1site@gmail.com and Info@thisisf1.com

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Prime Sport Media

To Top