”I don’t recall him ever coming out and admitting he did anything wrong even when the stewards had penalised him,” David Coulthard, who races for Red Bull, was quoted as saying by British broadsheet the Guardian. He added: ”I’ve yet to see him apologise for anything that may have been deemed unsporting.”
But unlike Fernando Alonso, Coulthard thinks it is possible that seven time drivers’ world champion Schumacher could be given the benefit of the doubt.
He said of Schumacher’s refusal to ever apologise: ”That’s either a strong inner belief on his part even when the evidence of the governing body suggests he’s done something wrong, or it’s a strategy … not to show a weakness.”
A strong inner belief ? A strategy ? We believe it’s winning at any costs come what or who period. You can call it whatever you want.
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