Michael Schumacher

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Michael Schumacher

Schumacher, Michael

(sho͞o`mäkhər), 1969–, German auto race driver, b. Hürth-Hermühlheim. Regarded as the best Formula 1 (F1) driver of his era, he debuted as a racecar driver in 1988 and within two years had become Germany's Formula Three champion. His first F1 race was the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, and his first F1 victory was in the same event in 1992. Schumacher drove with the Jordan team (his first race), Benetton (1991–95), Ferrari (1995–2006), and Mercedes (2010–12). He won the world championship in 1994, repeating the feat in 1995. His career was interrupted in 1999, when he suffered a broken leg in his first severe crash, but in 2000 he began a five-year reign as world champion, becoming the first driver to win the F1 title seven times. Schumacher has 91 career F1 race wins. He was severely injured in a skiing accident in 2013.
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En decembre 2015, le magazine allemand Bunte avait affirme que Schumi pouvait [beaucoup moins que] a nouveau marcher [beaucoup plus grand que] et lever un bras, citant un ami proche de l'entourage de l'ancien pilote de F1.
He told Europe 1 radio station: "I saw his son and he told me that Schumi is waking up very slowly; very slowly.
Therefore Schumi has already won the fight against pneumonia," said the top-selling daily, using the popular nickname for the 45-year-old German racing driver.
Schumi, as his fans affectionately call him, was famously aggressive on the track and no less intense off-hours.
Siamgas Trading was scheduled to load a 20,000 mt cargo from NIOC on the Schumi, which was due to arrive at Assaluyeh on September 1, the sources said.
While disappointed with the results they have achieved together at Mercedes, he still paid tribute to the work done by Schumi behind the scenes.
I don't want problems and rivalries, which we didn't have between (Michael) Schumacher and (Eddie) Irvine, between Schumacher and (Rubens) Barrichello, between Alonso and Massa or Massa and Schumi or Massa and (Kimi) Raikkonen.
Schumi won't have enjoyed hearing on Thursday that a fiveyear-old Vettel turned out to watch him on his Hockenheim debut in 1992, but the seven-time champion has showed there is plenty of mileage in him yet and shouldn't be slowed down by a crash late in yesterday's afternoon session.
Moreover, 18,000 housing units were distributed in the same period Al Watan Disappointment For Schumi A DRS problem was to blame for Michael Schumacher qualifying 18th on the grid at the Bahrain Grand Prix, according to Mercedes.
The late '90s saw Hakkinen and Schumi share a fierce but fascinating rivalry punctuated with some exciting duels on the track.
Schumi has forked out 875 euros for 35 pixels and left a message for the 23-year-old marksman.
ITV'S Formula One supremo Martin Brundle must have had a rush of blood to his head when he named Michael Schumacher as his driver of the day after Schumi won the Italian Grand Prix.