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Schumi’s Return: Will the History Be an Indication of Things to Come?

When the chequered flag came down at Interlagos in October 2006, it was finally time for the F1 fraternity to get used to the fact that Michael Schumacher would not be seen in a race car on the grid ever again. It was a bitter to swallow, especially for the likes of me who worshipped him. That Fernando Alonso had won back to back titles by squarely beating the legend himself became insignificant in proportion compared to the moment.

On one side the world was in a state of mourning, if you like, and on the other, Bernie was searching for his next superstar. Bernie's state of panic was justifiable because no one in the history of Formula One could boast a glittering career like Schumacher's.

He owned the top step of the pod...

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