Michael Schumacher Jordan - Ford Spa 1991
The last day.
Happy Birthday, Michael Schumacher!
Thank you for making the world of Formula 1 exciting. You graced the sport with fantastic and incredible talent and you’ve been a ballsy racer; someone who always wanted the win. You turned the world of Formula 1 on its head with your talent, and you managed to do some incredible things throughout your career. You managed to bring title glory to Ferrari on five occasions and you’ll always be a part of the Ferrari family, regardless where you go.
A true talent comes along once in a while, and it’s been a pleasure to watch you race live over the years. You’ve inspired a generation of young people to achieve their dreams and their dreams will inevitably come true.
Thank you for your contribution to the sport that we love.
Michael Schumacher | Jordan 191 | Spa-Francorchamps 1991 Belgian Grand Prix
Time honoured Spa-Francorchamps traditions: Michael Schumacher being humiliated by a soft-spoken Finnish driver.
How someone is able to take a photo like this, I don’t understand.
When F1 cars serve as taxis (Pt.2)
From top to bottom:
1988 Japanese Grand Prix - Gerhard Berger and Derek Warwick
1991 British Grand Prix - Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna
1993 Monaco Grand Prix - Gerhard Berger and Alessandro Zanardi
1993 German Grand Prix - Thierry Boutsen and Jyrki Juhani Järvilehto
1995 German Grand Prix - David Coulthard and Rubens Barrichello
1995 Canadian Grand Prix - Schumacher and Alesi
1997 German Grand Prix - Schumacher and Fisichella
2001 Spanish Grand Prix - Coulthard and Hakkinen
2011 German Grand Prix - Webber and Alonso
A reminder to anyone who watched the Indy 500 this weekend that Jean Alesi, at one point in time, was one of the best drivers in the entire world and a man whose career was only limited by his insane level of pride and passion.
Not just a 48-year-old company ambassador that Lotus stuck into one of their torridly slow and hideously ugly Indycars as a publicity stunt.