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Michael Schumacher Comeback Talk: Why Lotus’ Move Was Ridiculous

Let’s get one thing straight early on: Michael Schumacher’s reputation as one of Formula One’s greatest drivers will remain infinitely etched in the sport’s history books. This is not a sideways swipe at F1’s seven-time world champion. Now that is made clear, we can proceed. In the wake of Lotus’ lead driver Kimi Raikkonen withdrawing from duty for the final two rounds of the season at Austin and Interlagos, the team needed to act swiftly to replace him. The initial favourite was third driver Davide Valsecchi. The 2012 GP2 champion had stood in for Raikkonen for one day of the pre-season tests when the Finn was unwell. Valsecchi has been present all year waiting for such an opportunity and ...

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