I don?t have the energy to write up the Belgium and Italian Grand Prixs, besides, you have surely already read about them by now anyway. Suffice it to say that in both races Ferrari was running 1 and 2 but didn?t finish either race.
We had the top two pole positions in Belgium but blew it on mechanicals. In Italy we were gridded third and fifth and later inherited the lead so that the two Ferraris were leading the race, much to the delight of the tifosi. Again, mechanicals ruined the day. It looks like speed is up but reliability is down. So much for finishing in the points every race?.
I guess we'll see next year just how good Schumacher really is.