Originally Posted by tistrapukcipeht
I'm interested, in Schumacher's retirement, it just hurts to see him on vacation in F1.
I would tell him to stop now if I were his manager, but I have no idea what he will do now.
Sauber seems to be an option but not a "winning" one. And even if Ferrari would take Schumacher for Massa, he would be in a team with a prime Alonso who is Ferrari's new leader.
But I guess driving a F1 car is a lot of fun and it's hard to let go. If Schumacher still enjoys it and teams want him...