And Michael Schumacher returns to F1.
(For Mercedes, with old partner, new team.. and all that.)
This news was met with rather mixed feelings, just like last summer, when Ferrari had asked him.
A friend reassures saying.. "..don't worry, he knows he is fit.. i can assure u he treasures his reputation more than u." And so I'll just shut up for now.
F1 needs it.. after race fixing, accidents, honda and toyota leaving and all scandals and fights, some good news (still, fingers crossed!).
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Someone has had the gumption to lash out at the Australian media. I wonder what took so long, considering the abuse the Indian team had to go through in their last Australian tour. No one seemed to speak out against them so vocally, I hate to sound like I have a persecution syndrome (or sound racist) but it took Tony Cozier a white man living in the West Indies for even Cricinfo to take on this bigotry and point it out. Somewhere below is a comment by someone named Harsha Bhogle, I wonder if it really was him, quite a sensible comment I'd say. Needless to say, the Australian media reporting cricket seems drunk on the decade of super success they've had. I hope they do realise at some point, that life does come a full circle, this might hypothetically come back to bite them. Humility and success are quite rare, not that it is a necessary condition, but it does seem a lot more endearing and pleasing to a spectator.