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Michael Schumacher: Overtaking has not possible.

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Michael Schumacher has told that with all the new policy in position, that overtaking has become basically not possible and that is the achievement we are going to have with this types of situation of race approach.

He is speaking to the BBC, the seven-time world champion aired his qualms on the rule changes made by the sport’s main body for the 2010 season and admitted that tyre management has never been his muscular point. The new rules with the tyres that everyone has to cope with – sometimes I had struggled, confess Schumacher.

But after three years I guess it’s natural you have to find your way into new bits and pieces.

Schumi will also be worried that his associate-driver, the German guy, Nico Rosberg, directed to hold him off all weekend in Bahrain ended the race in fifth, one place in front of the 41-year old. Schumacher, though, was not the only driver creation his concerns over the new system recognized. At what time asked to remark on the re-fuelling ban.

And 2008 champion, Lewis Hamilton thought, you start with fuel, you do one stop and it’s pretty much a train all the way. This feeling was reverberation by a lot of drivers with Alonso saying, with no refuelling; it will be difficult to see any overtaking, so after the first lap the positions will be set.


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