Tuesday, April 26, 2005

The King is back!

(Please we are not talking here about Chandramukhi or Super Star Rajnikant! ;-))

He was on third. The Sun rose over the San Marino Grand Prix anticipating the coronation of the King…to welcome the King back to his original & rightful place. The lap started, his highness was still slower than the leader in the first sector and then the unthinkable happened. His Highness (HH) slid off the road in the second Rivazza corner and went sliding through the gravel. But just as only he could do, he was immediately back on track. Finished a disappointing 14 by his high standards. The race started.

For the first 20 laps, everyone except his legion of fans thought that the domination is over. Then as one by one the cars pitted, HH showed the class, speed & ability that propelled him to this place. If you need proof, just watch the overtaking maneuvers that he did. Awesome! HH tried hard, tried everything legally possible to overtake the leader. But the leader won. The leader was the deserved winner on the day.

But the MVP belonged to HH.

Ladies and Gentlemen: put your hands together for Michael Schumacher.


At Mon May 02, 07:34:00 AM EDT, Anonymous Maverick said...

I agree. It was one of the best races Schumi drove in recent times and one of the best drives in F1 in the last few seasons. I hope that Bridgestone has done some good job and Ferrari does even better in Barcelona.

At Mon May 02, 03:47:00 PM EDT, Blogger tifoc said...

Maverick, absolutely! A fair share of that success was due to Bridgestone.

At Wed May 04, 02:37:00 AM EDT, Blogger Ganesh said...

Hey, am a Ferrari and MS fan too..check out http://schumisport.blogspot.com/


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