updated edition of this book explores in depth the 2002 season as Michael Schumacher equalled Juan-Manuel Fangio's record of five
Formula 1 World Championships and 2003 when, from early euphoria, he faced one of the hardest fights of his career against his
brother Ralf and Juan Pablo Montoya, both driving for WIlliams, and young Kimi Raikkonen in the McLaren. The book includes
photographs by Rainer Schlegelmilch, who followed Schumacher from the first days in Formula 1 and captured his many moods: some
intimate, some touching, some mighty.
Since 1994 Michael Schumacher has dominated Grand Prix, winning
the FIA World championship in five of the nine seasons. In 2001/2002 he broke almost every motor racing record and is the most
successful Formula One driver of all time. This book reveals the real Michael Schumacher through extensive first person material as
well as a narrative by Sabine Kehm, a journalist, colleague and friend of Schumacher. Readers will learn about Schumacher's past,
the secrets of his extraordinary success, his family, his view of other drivers and the state of F1, his opinion of controversial
races and drivers, and will be given an insider's view of Ferrari.
An updated profile of the Formula 1 racing driver, taking the story up to the present with a
detailed examination of Schumacher's career since joining Ferrari. The book analyses the sublime races in 2000 when the Italian team
won its first Drivers' World Championship since 1979.
Michael Schumacher is the
outstanding Formula One driver of the 1990s. He is amongst the greats of racing, but he is also a controversial figure - feared by
his rivals as a ruthless racer, and criticized for his inability to admit mistakes. Allen examines the contrasting man behind the
When Michael Schumacher's Ferrari careered into a tyre wall at
120 mph on the opening lap of the 1999 the British Grand Prix, many spectators thought back to Ayrton Senna's fatal accident at
Imola in 1994 and immediately feared the worst. His survival was testimony to the ever-improving safety levels in modern Formula
One. But with his Championship challenge destroyed for another year, Michael found himself with a new challenge: to return to
fitness in time for the 2000 season and to pick up the mantle for Ferrari once more. In this biography, Alan Henry describes how the
German rose to that challenge, concluding his story at the beginning of the 2000 season. Henry also describes in revealing detail
Schumacher's arrival in Formula One back in 1991, his controversial Championship-winning years with Benetton and his subsequent life
as "the saviour of Ferrari".
After a collision with rival Villeneuve in Jerez, Michael Schumacher was disqualified and
damage to his image seemed irreparable. James Allen provides this story of Ferrari's 1998 season, the quest for the world title and
the redemption of Michael Schumacher.
By the early summer of 1995 Michael Schumacher had become one of the most controversial
sportsmen in the world. Almost daily, he was embroiled in torments, traumas and triumphs as he defended his Formula 1 World
Championship. And after the fourth race of the season he led his rival Damon Hill by a single point, setting up the rest of the
season for another classic contest. This book captures in detail the controversies of early 1995: the storm when Schumacher lost a
stone in weight during the Brazilian Grand Prix, how he almost drowned on holiday after the race, and how he and many others went to