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Michael Schumacher is a German speeding expilot, the most successful in the history of Formula 1. He has won seven Formula 1 world championships: two with the Benetton team in 1994 and 1995,1 and five with Ferrari between 2000 and 2004, surpassing the five championships won by Juan Manuel Fangio.

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    He was also runner-up in 1998 and 2006

    Third in 1992, 1996 and 2005, fourth in 1993 and fifth in 1999. In 1997 he finished runners-up, although he was later disqualified without points. He accumulated 91 victories and 155 podiums, surpassing the numbers of Alain Prost, who held those records in the 90s. If we take into account the current points system, the Kaiser would have 3,890 points, making him the driver with the most points in the history of Formula 1.

    After retiring from Formula 1 in 2006, Schumacher competed in speed motorcycling in 2007. However, he returned to Formula 1 in 2010 under Ross Brawn in the Mercedes team. He retired definitively at the end of 2012 after the announcement of the signing of Lewis Hamilton by the silver arrows.

    On December 29, 2013, while enjoying Christmas holidays with his family, he suffered a serious head accident while skiing in the French winter resort of Meribel (in Les Allues, Savoy, French Alps), while skiing off-piste. He is currently recovering from serious injuries at home, although the details of his state of health are unknown, as the family has decided to maintain his privacy. In recent months, Schumacher, has experienced a remarkable improvement, is progressing in his recovery and can see the ‘Formula 1’ races.

    He has a younger brother, Ralf Schumacher, who was also a Formula 1 driver and a stepbrother, Sebastian Stahl, who also knew how to be a motor racing driver. His son Mick Schumacher is also a driver, was last season’s European Formula 3 champion and this year participates in the Formula 2 Championship. He is also a member of the Ferrari Drivers Academy.
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