The German is quite happy to end his long time F1 career in this weekend at Brazil. Michael Schumacher is a seven-time World Champion and is widely regarded as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.
He holds many of the formula’s driver records, including most championships, race victories, fastest laps, pole positions, points scored and most races won in a single season – 13 in 2004 season. Last month he decided that second and final retirement at the end of season.
At the end 2006 season he made first retirement of the F1 career, following he working with Ferrari as a Advisor role. In 2010 the German signed a three-year contract to drive for the new Mercedes GP team starting in 2010.
“I have tried that mission to end successful. It didn’t work this time but I’m quite happy to finish from here and go for a different life again.”
The German added “I guess I have some experience and that’s why, probably, I’m rather relaxed about the happenings. On top [of that] we are not in any championship fight compared to last time that happened to me, obviously. Well, I’ll just take the best out of it and enjoy it as much as I can.”
“I don’t think we have long enough here to sum it up, but let’s put it that way: It was mostly 20 good years and lots of fun and lots of excitement.”