A reflection on Schumacher's Hungarian GP

A reflection on Schumacher's Hungarian GP

Once again, and not for the first - or second - time in his career, Michael Schumacher is under fire for his on-track actions. But can he shine through the controversy this time? Adam Cooper analyses Schumacher's situation

Perception means a lot in motor racing, and after last Sunday's race in Hungary, the world had very different views of Mercedes and Renault.

Both had by co-incidence been involved with silly pitlane mistakes that cost them a retirement and a $50,000 fine. But it was what happened to the other driver – let's not say 'second' – that really marked their cards.

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