Racing legend Sir Stirling Moss has said that Michael Schumacher is \u0022probably past it\u0022. Moss told The Metro that he doesn\u0027t believe the seven-time world champion was right to return to Formula One and his past achievements \u0022didn\u0027t mean anything\u0022 in 2010\u0027s title race. \u0022He’s a highly intelligent bloke, and I really can’t see… all he’s going to do is damage his achievements,\u0022 said Moss. \u0022People are going to say he’s past it now, which he probably is. \u0022People say he’s the best because he has seven world titles, but that doesn’t mean anything really. Well, it does mean something – it’s a hell of an achievement – but it doesn’t mean he’s the greatest ever.\u0022 Moss also said 2010 was the first time Schumacher had experienced pressure from within his own garage, given the impressive start Nico Rosberg has made to his Mercedes GP career. \u0022We’ve never seen Michael with a number two who’s been comparable,\u0022 he said. \u0022He had Rubens Barrichello who no doubt is an extremely good driver, but not necessarily a winner. \u0022Ross Brawn and those chaps brought Ferrari from being has-beens back to the front. Because he didn’t have a comparable team-mate it was very difficult to know how much of it was down Michael and how much was the car.\u0022 Schumacher has scored 10 points in the first four races of 2010, 50 points behind championship leader Jenson Button.