A spokeswoman for Michael Schumacher has quashed suggestions that the seven-time world champion is already questioning his decision to retire from competitive motorsport.
Reports started to fly last weekend, after the 38 year old phoned to congratulate his successor, Kimi Raikkonen, on the podium in Melbourne following his victory. However, Sabine Kehm, writer of ‘Michael Schumacher: Driving Force’ and his spokeswoman, issued a clear statement that the German was ‘not regretting anything’.
Meanwhile Willi Weber suggested that Schumacher could still have made an impact in Formula One in 2007, and wasn’t over the hill just yet, “the fact is that Ferrari does not at this moment have serious competitors. Clearly, Michael could have become champion again.”