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Schumacher the king of Unbeatable F1 records

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[su_note]”We hardly pray for Schumi, Born winners don’t quit early … without doubt he will come-back…”[/su_note]

Michael Schumacher, Monza 2002

Michael Schumacher, Monza 2002

Michael Schumacher the only man took seven-time Formula 1 World Championship trophy. Also he is extensively regarded as one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers of all time.

The German holds many of Formula One’s driver records, including most championships, race victories, fastest laps, pole positions and most races won in a single season – 13 in 2004.

Schumi made his Formula 1 first appearance with the Jordan-Ford team at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, driving car number 32 as a replacement for the jailed Bertrand Gachot.

Michael Schumacher holds the following Formula One records:

F1 RecordsNumber
F1 Championship titles7 (1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
Consecutive titles5 (2000–2004)
Championship won with most races left 6 (2002)
Largest championship-winning margin (pre-2010 points system)67 points (2002)
Race wins91
Wins in a season13 (72%) (2004)
Wins in a season for a runner-up7 (2006)
Wins with one team72 (Ferrari)
Wins at the same Grand Prix8 (France)
Poles at the same Grand Prix8 (Japan)
Different Grands Prix won22
Longest time between first and last wins14 years, 32 days
Total years with a win15 (1992–2006)
Consecutive years with a win15 (1992–2006)
Second places43
Consecutive top two finishes15 (Brazil 2002–Japan 2002)
Podiums (Top 3 finishes)155
Podium finishes in a season17 (100%) (2002)
Consecutive podium finishes19 (US 2001–Japan 2002)
Points finishes221
Races / Laps / Distance led142 races / 5,111 laps / 24,144 km
Pole positions68
Front row starts116
Fastest laps77
Fastest laps in a season10 (2004)
Doubles (Pole and win)40
Hat tricks (Pole, win and fastest lap)22
Hat tricks in a season5 in 2004
Races with one team181 (Ferrari)

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