5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1

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5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1

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5 Ways Michael Schumacher Changed Formula 1
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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.

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