Chief Strategy Officer James Vowles and Sports Director Ron Meadows said they are still frustrated that Michael cannot win between 2019 and 2012.
El Chief Strategy Officer James Vowles described as “Decolorizing agent”. Refers to the fact that Mercedes I can’t provide Michael Schumacher’s Grand Prix victory In the final stage of F1, In 2010 and 2012, There he drove the “Silver Arrow”.
When the German scored, Schumacher and Mercedes appeared on stage together Best result in the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix. but, Five fines In the last game Spain (Due to the crash) Relegated Michael to sixth place, “Stealing” Opportunities Victory will be the culmination of his brilliant career.
Vowles recalled in the “Beyond the Grid” podcast: “(Schumacher) on the moon, I think this is one of the best laps he may have done in his life. It really makes me sad, It really makes me sad, because we are all guys who want to win the game, Frankly speaking, because he deserves it, he put a lot of effort into the team and put a lot of life into the team, which is a bit of revenge for him. The coach of the star brand recalled that it was a huge opportunity for him this year.
Michael (Michael) was comforted by Mercedes members after a “barless” accident in 2012.
“His success makes me sad In the game where he was penalized, he won pole position. I feel for him I still feel …He did not get all the work products that should be put into the team for him,” he insisted.
In the three games before the Monaco race, at the Chinese Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg has won Mercedes’ first victory since returning to F1 (After fifty years of absence), the team achieved great success, just after Schumacher retired in 2012.
Mercedes’ sports director, Ron Meadows, He added: “Given how he helped us improve, I think my biggest regret is not seeing Michael win a race for us because he was a driver of a different level when working with us. I really think we Everyone wanted, he won, and that didn’t happen. A few years later, we can’t stop winning, and he deserves some of them. The reason we won today is largely because he made us better,” he said.