As reported on Reuters
“Of course it’s difficult for him, but I hope he doesn’t give up,” said Pat Symonds, “I see us as statistical favourites but this has been a hell of a season, everything is so close. I feel good about our prospects but I want Michael fighting (against) us.”
“You’ve got to be strong in this business. And Michael is strong. If he made that comment that the championship’s all over, I suspect he’ll reflect overnight and he’ll be back fighting in Brazil. It’s his last race, if nothing else, and even if Fernando is sitting on his tail, he’ll want to win that race so much.”
That’s a good thing to say, as long as you are serious about it. “You never know what can happen in F1 !” is a good statement, but the irony is IF Alonso, by a freak chance, is unable to score any points at Interlagos and Schumacher wins it, there is going to be huge cry over the authenticity of the game. Take it with a pinch of salt, but it is true.
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