Articles tagged Michael Schumacher

Page 42 of November 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, November 2011

Scrap mettle

Sir, The Italian Grand Prix was another terrific race on a classic track. I must admit I had questioned Sebastian Vettel's ability to overtake in a scrap, but he's blown that out of the water this season — fantastic move on Fernando Alonso. The last two races, for me, have shown that we really have the best top four drivers (Vettel, Alonso, Button and Hamilton) together since Senna, Prost,...

Page 3 of January 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, January 2003

Editorial

Michael Schumacher lives, eats and breathes Formula One. This unblinking focus is what allows his talent to flourish. He is the product of the specialisation era. Which is a shame in many ways because he is, without any doubt, a great all-round driver: fantastic in F3, a sensation in sportscars, and still a force in karts, as he proved with an incredible second place in the 2002 world...

Page 24 of December 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, December 1999

TOUGH GUYS

BETTE HILL SAYS ONE WORD THAT LINKS SON DAMON AND HUSBAND GRAHAM IS "TOUGH". AS DAMON LEAVES Fl FOR GOOD, HE LOOKS BACK WITH MATTHEW FRANEY OVER HIS OWN CAREER AND THAT OF HIS LEGENDARY FATHER TOUGH GUYS T1IINK FOR ONE MINUTE ABOUT TIIE HARDEST •IIIING YOU HAVE EVER done in your life. Remember if you can the sleepless nights, the mental anguish that came from your own uncertainty. Then think of...

Page 10 of May 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, May 1994

Against expectations

  In the end, the Brazilian Grand Prix went against all expectations. Few would seriously have bet against the chances of Ayrton Senna, on his homeground, and the Williams-Renault. Even less so if you gave full credibility (and there was every justification to) to stories that the Brazilian had actually lapped Imola in recent testing another six-tenths of a second quicker than Michael Schumacher...

Page 18 of November 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, November 1994

EUROPEAN GRAND PRIX

Schumacher moves closer. On his return from suspension the World Championship leader extends his advantage, as Mansell's comeback fizzles. The folly of Jerez as a Grand Prix track was never better illustrated than on the afternoon of Sunday, October 16. The sherry region's idea of a racetrack provided many of the safety facilities that were so conspicuously lacking when Martin Donnelly had his...

Page 23 of November 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, November 2004

1994

Damon Hill's hopes of the championship soar when he wins in Japan, putting him just one point behind Michael Schumacher, with only Adelaide to go... But in Australia the title challenge ends in drama. The German driver collides with the barriers, finishing his own chances. As his Benetton limps onto the circuit he swerves into the path of Hill, his only threat for the title. They collide. The...

Page 58 of April 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, April 1999

Grands Prix

GP racing was once ruled by manufacturers. Now it's the FIA and constructors. Matthew Franey asks how long it will last. If you want to find out how much the world of Grand Prix racing has changed in the 75 years since The Brooklands Gazette first rolled off the presses, then spare a moment to recognise that despite the passing of time, some things remain very much the same. Consider the...

Page 154 of July 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 154, July 2004

1994-2004

Ferrari recruits Michael Schumacher, a Rebirth that sets it on course for four world titles. And Motor Sport undergoes some big changes, too Driver: Michael Schumacher Mission accomplished No sooner had the Ferrari of Michael Schumacher flashed over the finishing line to win the Japanese Grand Prix than he was beating both clenched fists on his hi-tech steering wheel. The euphoria as he tasted...

Page 118 of November 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 118, November 2012

Sidetracked with Ed Foster

Fitness first Drivers can burn over 1200 calories every hour they spend racing. That’s more than some people get through in a day, which is why the condition of the driver is as important as the condition of the car On a recent bicycle trip to Paris I managed to burn 19,000 calories. Despite not quite knowing what that meant I presumed it was quite a lot. It was, but nowhere near as much as I...

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Coulthard's pointed reply to critics

David Coulthard moved to the head of the table of British points scorers in the Formula One World Championship thanks to his sixth place in the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Scot edged ahead of 1992 World Champion Nigel Mansell by one point as he enjoys an Indian Summer with the Red Bull team. But Coulthard's total of 483 is still way short of all-time points leader Michael Schumacher, who is on a...

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