Bro, a decade has passed since 99' and no one knows what happens in that season if Schumacher was not injured, whether he could win it or not is a question that will never been answered, only assumptions can be made. It is a known fact that FIAT was unhappy by their performance for that long and have warned them to get a title or otherwise forget the team. Michal's accident and Irvine's near miss made it possible for Ferrari to show that the title could be achieved.
How about Frentzen and for the record if they want to replace Michal either of the 2 drivers that you mentioned can be bought for a hefty amount.
Yes, Mansell left but there is a whole incident that was the reason he left and about Prost so you think the person who is driving the car has no right to call whether it is good or bad, or only allowed to call it good and not bad. WOW, then why people criticise Kimi for "his not giving a damn attitude", Eddie Irvine was not thrown out for saying something bad about Ferrari 96' when he says "That car was a dog and only it was Michal's ability to pull out 3 wins from that".
Prost only says the car a truck or tractor but Eddie calls the car a dog, I think Eddie's comment was more derogatory then Prost.
If Tifosi have erase the memories of Michal and Kimi from ther mind then Ferrari should not be reminding them by saying Alonso is more involved in the team then Kimi was, or Alonso is more motivated then Michal was at the start of the season.
Alonso's mistake in Montreal was after lapping Chandhok, he moves in front of him, may be just a mistake or showing anger and in doing so provide oppurtunity to Button to ovetake him and after seeing Button in Valencia can't overtake Kobayashi in a car which is slower then McLaren, it is easily been said that if Alonso has not moved to the right after that move he gets enough time to gain some advantage as Button have to wait for Chandhok to give him some space at the next corner.
In Valencia, his comments about race manipulation and then the subsequent appology is a mistake, if he was right in the first place then he should not appologise, and if he was not right then why that comments were made in the first place. FIA could easily charge him with bringing the sport into disrepute.
As for what happens in the race regarding Safety Car, I have a theory, what if McLaren first told Hamilton to slow down for the Safety Car, but then seeing that he could get past the Safety Car while it is in the pitlane, they have asked him to pass it. As Hamilton slows down, certainly other cars have also slows down as they all are been informed by the pits that Safety Car is deployed, Alonso was behind Hamilton he also slows down for that and could not get the chance to do what Hamilton did. Hamilton was a second late in pushing the throttle otherwise he could get away without any penalty.
The thing is if FIA wants to remove any confusion about the race, they should check the telemetry of Hamilton on that lap, if it has a big up and down in the speed then they should charge Hamilton with delibrately causing that situation for Alonso otherwise nothing should be charged at all. The penalty Hamilton should be disqualified for causing something which is avoidable. And it is not a joke, I am serious.