Mar.24 (GMM) Jean Todt on Sunday said he was not happy to learn that Michael Schumacher has made his semi-professional racing debut on two wheels.
It emerged last week that, having survived a fifteen year career as the most successful formula one driver of all time, the 39-year-old German finished on the podium when he made his motorcycle racing debut in the Skoox Cup at a Hungarian circuit.Todt, the former team boss who oversaw Schumacher's star-studded Ferrari career, was asked about his friend's apparent new career on the sidelines of the Malaysian grand prix."It is Michael's life so he takes his own decisions," the unenthusiastic Frenchman is quoted as saying by the Swiss publication Motorsport Aktuell."But do I agree? Absolutely not! Everyone knows how dangerous motorcycle racing can be," he added."But I am not stupid. If it was not in Michael's nature to take risks, he would not have had the kind of career that he has had."Some things I like, some I do not. This one, I do not," Todt said.