Schumacher: A Household Name 

Seven World Titles, 91 wins, and a name that holds a legacy

Michael Schumacher is highly considered as one of F1’s greatest drivers. As one of the most decorated in history, winning seven Championships and 91 races, his legend is undeniable.

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All Eyes On Michael

Just a youngster in the sport, Michael Schumacher got his first big break in 1991 at the Belgian Grand Prix, where he stood in as driver for Jordan. His Qualifying was so impressive that he caught the attention of other teams on the grid. Shortly afterwards, he was snapped up by Benetton...

Making A Name For Himself

This was the year that Michael would imprint his name into the fabric of the sport. Claiming his first World Championship, with Benetton, for Schumacher it was the start of what would become one of the greatest F1 stories of all time.

Seeing Red

After winning two World Championships with Benetton, Michael decided to move to the iconic Scuderia Ferrari team.Schumacher went from strength to strength, and in 2000 he claimed his first Title with the team – he became a seven–time World Champion with Ferrari (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004).

Return To The Tracks

Despite retiring at the end of the 2006 season, his drive for racing remained, and it wasn’t long beforeSchumacher made his comeback. Joining the Silver Arrows team of Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team, he enjoyed three final seasons in the sport that he adored. Finally finishing his career with them at the end of 2012.