"The former formula 1 champion Jacques Villeneuve had many tough dunster with Michael Schumacher on the track."
"When he looks back on his career, he thinks that the German has affected the sport in the wrong direction."
"It was a total lack of respect for racers and what racing is all about," he says to Expressen."
"Jacques Villeneuve has won the Irl and the Indy 500, but is primarily known for his title as world champion in formula 1 in 1997."
"the Canadian has now reached the age of 48 years and find themselves at the weekend in Sweden and Knutstorp for the Porsche Carrera Cup. He follows, of course, F1 is still and it is clear that he prefers the reigning champion Lewis Hamilton in front of the former rival Michael Schumacher."
"– Lewis Hamilton is extremely good for this far he has not done anything that is outside of the limit on the track. It is the big difference, he is more of a gentleman on the track. A quick driver but clean, " he said in an interview with Expressen."
"Strange that we do not have a couple of deaths '"
"things were Different with the sjufaldige F1 champion michael Schumacher, according to Villeneuve, who believes that the German's often got over the border."
"– Yes, yes, it was a total lack of respect for racers and what racing is all about. And it started an era where everyone does it. Look at what people do in formula 2 and formula 3, it is strange that we do not have a few deaths each year, " he says to the newspaper."
"Jacques is the son of racing driver Gilles Villeneuve who was killed during practice ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix in 1982, when Jacques was eleven years old."
"Mick has done well”"
"Michael Schumacher's son Mick is the test driver for Ferrari and is expected to debut in F1 next season."
"Jaques recognize himself in Mick, who is now trying to avoid answering questions about his father which was a tragic skidolycka for just over five years ago where he was seriously injured."
" I came to F1 after winning the Indy500 and Indycar. But they all wanted to see a continuation of my dad's career, because he never won the world title. I had to explain that I not competed to take over where he left off, but because I loved the sport, but then no one wanted to listen, they got angry. So I stopped talking about it. Some wrote that I hated my dad, but it wasn't. Mick has done well for he has got the right questions. He is surrounded by the right people, " he says to Expressen."