Schumacher just missed the podium

Michael Schumacher at the GP Korea
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D he swimming competition in Korea seemed to suit Michael Schumacher. He was completely in his element again. For the third time this season, he finished fourth. Immediately after the start he buttoned up Robert Kubica, on lap 27 Jenson Button had to believe in it. 'I'm pretty happy with today's race,' said Schumi. 'I would like to thank my team, who guided me perfectly this afternoon.'

Extra praise from Ross Brawn

There was even more praise from Ross Brawn . 'Michael drove a particularly strong race today,' said the team boss. 'He used all his chances, but drove with feeling when the difficult conditions required it. In the final phase of the race we spared the tires in order to finish the race because we couldn't attack the leaders.'

Schumi suffers with Rosberg and Vettel with

In addition to the dashboard, Schumacher was also concerned with the failure of his teammate Nico Rosberg. 'It's a shame that Nico was thrown out of the race due to a collision through no fault of his own, otherwise it would have been an excellent weekend for our team,' he said. Sebastian Vettel's catastrophe race couldn't get out of his head either. 'It's a shame, but that's how motorsport is. I can remember that some people were amazed when I secured the title with Ferrari so early ten years ago. But sometimes it is better to secure the title earlier.' br>


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