Michael Schumacher – best moments of his career in Formula 1

Going back years ago when Michael Schumacher won our hearts during his time in Formula One…

Here are the Best Moments of Michael Schumacher in F1:

1. Joining Ferrari in 1996

After winning two F1 titles in a row with Benetton Michael Schumacher joined Scuderia Ferrari in 1996.

However, he had only one goal, making Ferrari winning team again.

2. Winning 1994 F1 title

Michael Schumacher won his first title in 1994, an controversial title as Schumi collided with Hill in the last race.

3. First win for Ferrari 1996

The Rain Master – Michael Schumacher got the opportunity to win Spanish GP in 2006.

It was very difficult for him to win for Ferrari that year – The first season was rebuilding the team.

4. His Formula 1 Title for Ferrari

After 5 years driving for Ferrari – Schumi’s dream came true winning his first F1 title for Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 Team.

5. Last pole position in Formula 1 for Michael Schumacher

It is true that the comeback wasn’t successful for Michael but he managed to get pole position for Mercedes Team in 2012.

6. Brazil 2006 – Michael Schumacher last race for Ferrari

Schumi had slim chance to win his 8th F1 Title going to Brazilian GP. He had puncture early in the race but his recovery was brilliant – one of the best performance of Michael Schumacher during his career.

7. Michael Schumacher first win in F1 – Belgian GP 1992

Belgian 1992 GP was the first win of Michael Schumacher – it all began there.

He started from P3. Senna did a great job early in the race but when the rain came, everything changed. Michael Schumacher recorded his first win!

8. Smashing Fangio’s record in F1!

It was Belgian GP Again but eleven years later from winning his first F1 race.

Belgian GP 2003 – Michael Schumacher won his 5th title to equal Fangio’s record.

9. Michael Schumacher best season

In 2002, Michael Schumacher finished first or second in every race except Malaysian GP.

Sebastian Vettel’s record could be amazing but not as good as Michael Schumacher 2002 season.