5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1

By (Featured Columnist) on January 7, 2014

10,391 reads


5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1

« Prev
1 of 7
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1
Darrell Ingham/Getty Images

Michael Schumacher made his Formula One debut way back at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix.

One year later, he was a race winner. Three years later, he was world champion.

He made a greater impact on the sport over the next two decades than any driver in F1 history. Records were broken, "team orders" became two very dirty words, and Ferrari once more were the team to beat.

They even changed the rules to slow him down.

Even in retirement, Schumacher's influence is still very visible up and down the pit lane.

Begin Slideshow »
or to post a comment


There are no comments yet. Get the conversation started by leaving the first comment
Loading comments...
just now posted just now
  • Loading...
  • Nobody has liked this comment yet

This comment and all replies have been deleted This comment has been deleted Undo delete

Follow B/R on Facebook

Out of Bounds

Formula 1

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.

Power Ranking F1 Teams After Belgian GP Hint: you can use arrow keys to navigate through this channel.