Both are rightly two of the greatest sportsmen ever, but what has Senna done to get away with crashing into a rival to win the championship to Schumacher's incident? Both are known to have driven unsportingly, but why is Schumacher's career constantly criticised for this and not Senna? In reality these two are the biggest unsporting drivers in the sports history for what "they did". Alan Henry released a book of his greatest f1 drivers ever, and Schumacher wasn't even in the top 10 whereas Senna obviously was. Henry's claim was because Schumacher's darker moments clouded his "greatness" tag. Henry, one of Britain's most respected journalists, doesn't say the same about Senna. I honestly believe this is very hypocritical of him and is more down to a personal dislike to Schumacher. Do these people look past Schumacher's behaviour and recall the many great Grand Prix performances he did? They can do it with Senna, but they find it harder with Schumacher. I hope people can come to respect Schumacher a little more, as he displayed the very best of formula one driving. He also brought out the very best in Hakkinen and Alonso thanks to his incredibly high level of performance. At the end of the day, why mull over drivers misdemeanours and look past it all so we can all compare drivers to their ability? They did it with Senna, why don't they do it with Schumacher?