Seven time World Champion Michael Schumacher has ruled out becoming a TV pundit in the future, having retired from the sport for a second time.
The 44 year old has vowed not to follow the road taken by other former drivers such as Martin Brundle, David Coulthard and rival Damon Hill who now all present coverage on British television. He told German newspaper Bild that returning to the paddock as a pundit for German TV “Would not be my thing.”
“First, things move so fast in formula one that even I am already a long way behind, and that is not my style. He said. “Secondly, once again I would be away from my family, and not even having the fun of driving.”
When asked what he would be doing when the lights went out in Melbourne in a weeks time, he replied with “At home, watching TV”.