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GP Week : Issue 95
Heard about apology through press WILLIAMS driver Rubens Barrichello says he did not receive a personal apology from former team-mate Michael Schumacher after their now infamous incident in the closing stages of the Hungarian Grand Prix, even though Schumacher has issued an apology to the Brazilian on his website. A statement in German on his website on the Monday after the Grand Prix read: "Of course I wanted to make myself difficult to overtake, but I wasn't seeking to endanger him with my move. If he had this feeling, I am sorry, that was not my intention." However, speaking to Brazilian media last week, Barrichello says he has received no phone call from Schumacher to apologise for the near-collision, revealing that he heard about the apology through the press. "Life is about respect for others and forgiveness," he told Brazilian media. "I found out about his apology in the press. I received no phone call. I have no regrets. Now it's time to move on. "Yes, I have my opinion about the incident, but I will remain quiet. We can't afford to show any animosity towards each other on the track because we could end up hurting each other." Rubens: No apology from Schumacher 6