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41 Facts About Michael Schumacher
6. From the 2001 season, Michael Schumacher continued to use the Schuberth helmet until his last race in Formula One.
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8. At the European Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher finished third in the race, his only podium finish since his return to F1 with Mercedes.
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13. At the Indian Grand Prix Michael Schumacher started well and finished fifth after overtaking Rosberg at the end of the race.
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15. Michael Schumacher was passed late in the race by eventual winner Jenson Button.
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16. At the season finale in Abu Dhabi, Michael Schumacher was involved in a major accident on the first lap, which occurred after a spin.
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18. Michael Schumacher turned 41 in January 2010 and his prospects with Mercedes were compared with the record set by the oldest F1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio who was 46 when he won his fifth championship.
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21. Michael Schumacher pitted and consequently fell to 19th place, 70 seconds behind teammate and race leader Felipe Massa.
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22. Early in the race Michael Schumacher moved up to sixth place.
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23. Michael Schumacher was stripped of pole position at the Monaco Grand Prix and started the race at the back of the grid.
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25. Michael Schumacher broke Juan Manuel Fangio's record of five World Drivers' Championships by winning the drivers' title for the sixth time in 2003, a closely contested season.
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26. In 2002, Michael Schumacher used the Ferrari F2002 to retain his Drivers' Championship.
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27. Michael Schumacher won his third World Championship in 2000 after a year-long battle with Hakkinen.
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29. Michael Schumacher finished third in the Drivers' Championship in 1996 and helped Ferrari to second place in the Constructors' Championship ahead of his old team Benetton.
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30. Michael Schumacher declared the Ferrari 412T good enough to win the Championship.
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32. Michael Schumacher was disqualified after winning the Belgian Grand Prix after his car was found to have illegal wear on its skidblock, a measure used after the accidents at Imola to limit downforce and hence cornering speed.
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33. At the British Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher was penalised for overtaking on the formation lap.
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34. Michael Schumacher won one race, the Portuguese Grand Prix where he beat Prost, and had nine podium finishes, but retired in seven of the other 15 races.
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35. In the "conventional" Benetton B192 Michael Schumacher took his place on the podium for the first time, finishing third in the Mexican Grand Prix.
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37. In a 2006 FIA survey, Michael Schumacher was voted the most popular driver of the season among Formula One fans.
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38. Michael Schumacher is often credited with popularising Formula One in Germany, where it was formerly considered a fringe sport.
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