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Joining Mercedes in 2010, Nico Rosberg believed he would be top dog only to find out that Michael Schumacher was to be his team-mate.
Michael Schumacher’s former manager, Willi Weber, has said the newer generation of cars did not help the seven-time World Champion’s return to Formula 1.
Michael Schumacher would have been the greatest driver of all time were it not for his insistence that his team-mates play “second fiddle”.
Everyone enjoys a good villain, a common enemy they can rally against and Formula 1 fans are no different.
Former Benetton and Renault team boss Flavio Briatore believes Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso were on a par with each other.
Flavio Briatore seems to think that Michael Schumacher’s World titles carry more weight than Lewis Hamilton’s as the German had tougher competition.
As Lewis Hamilton closes in on Michael Schumacher’s record, Ross Brawn feels what sets them apart from the rest is that they can “pull something out of nowhere”.
Michael Schumacher’s hometown fan club remains hopeful that one day he will be seen in public again as the sixth anniversary of his skiing accident approaches.
Although Rubens Barrichello says he had a good relationship with Michael Schumacher, the Brazilian feels his former team-mate only raced for himself.
Flavio Briatore has revealed that Michael Schumacher “seriously considered” walking away from motor racing following the death of Ayrton Senna.
As Lewis Hamilton moves onto six Drivers’ Titles, he’s surpassed nearly every driver in that stat and every other, but there’s one man he still trails…
Michael Schumacher would have won more grands prix and World titles had he opted to join another team instead of Ferrari, says former team-mate Eddie Irvine.
Damon Hill says it wasn’t until he was retiring that he got to see the “po-faced, chin jutting” Michael Schumacher as a “guy you’d want to know.”
Last year Sebastian Vettel threw away his title hopes at the German GP, it was the beginning of the end of the four-time World Champion’s title quest.
Former F1 driver Jean Alesi believes Ayrton Senna was the fastest driver he ever raced against, quicker than Michael Schumacher.
An official documentary on seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher is set to be released later this year.
Former manager of Michael Schumacher Willi Weber has slammed Bernie Ecclestone for his comments about the German legend.
Nico Rosberg believes his former Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton is one of Formula 1’s ‘greatest natural talents’.
Jenson Button feels Lewis Hamilton’s primary focus is not trying to eclipse the records set by the legendary seven-time World Champion, Michael Schumacher.
Michael Schumacher and not Ayrton Senna is “probably the best” driver to have ever raced in Formula 1, says Eddie Irvine.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Michael Schumacher played a huge part in their current Formula 1 dominance.
Michael Schumacher’s family have said they are “doing everything humanly possible” to help the stricken star on the eve of his 50th birthday.
Michael Schumacher’s former manager Willi Weber claims he begged the seven-time Formula One World Champion not to return in 2010.
Fernando Alonso has had battles with plenty of drivers over his Formula 1 career, but he says that Michael Schumacher is his greatest rival.
Lewis Hamilton has targeted getting “close” to Michael Schumacher’s all-time records over the remainder of his career.
Benetton nearly missed out on signing Michael Schumacher back in 1991 as “no one was convinced” of the German’s talent, no one but Flavio Briatore.
Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemol has revealed that Michael Schumacher was close to returning to Ferrari in 2009 to replace the injured Felipe Massa.
Sebastian Vettel has spoken about the effect Michael Schumacher has had on him and how he wants to replicate his success at Ferrari.
The Formula 1 community has paid tribute to Michael Schumacher, four years on from the skiing accident that left him with horrific injuries.
Michael Schumacher is “still fighting”, that’s according to Jean Todt who earlier this week inducted the seven-time World Champion into the Hall of Fame.