Lewis Hamilton has broken Michael Schumacher’s record for most Formula 1 wins. Having raised the record to 92 victories, how many will he take by the end of his career?
Michael Schumacher signed off his triumphant 2000 season on this day 20 years ago with a win which confirmed Ferrari as constructors champions for the 10th time.
Lewis Hamilton’s rivals underestimate how hard he works, says Mercedes trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin, who compared the six-time champion to his predecessor at the team, Michael Schumacher.
Lewis Hamilton says he has a new appreciation for Michael Schumacher’s achievements in Formula 1 having equalled his record of 91 victories
On this day 20 years ago Michael Schumacher defeated Mika Hakkinen in a strategic fight at Suzuka to cliinch his third world title – and first for Ferrari.
Mick Schumacher has had to live with comparisons to his record-setting father all his career. But the driver he must measure up to as he bids to earn an F1 promotion is Charles Leclerc.
Lewis Hamilton’s rivals say his success is fully deserved, as he makes his first attempt to equal Michael Schumacher’s record of career victories today.
Sebastian Vettel says he has mixed feelings over Lewis Hamilton reaching Michael Schumacher’s all-time record for most Formula 1 wins.
On this day 20 years ago an engine failure for Mika Hakkinen drastically changed the complexion of the 2000 championship fight, and brought Michael Schumacher within touching distance of the title.
Mick Schumacher is increasingly likely to make his Formula 1 race debut in 2021 after he extended his lead in the Formula 2 championship at Mugello.
Ross Brawn said “maybe we can create a yellow flag” to Michael Schumacher before the Ferrari driver did so in qualifying at Monaco in 2006, according to Felipe Massa.
An emotional Michael Schumacher wept after equalling Ayrton Senna’s victory tally 20 years ago today, following a crash which claimed the life of a marshal at Monza.
Mika Hakkinen denied Michael Schumacher victory in the Belgian Grand Prix with a thrilling, three-wide pass on this day 20 years ago.
How did F1 rank its top 20 ‘fastest drivers’? Should Heikki Kovalainen be ahead of Sebastian Vettel? Did they take different fuel loads into account? F1 chiefs Ross Brawn and Rob Smedley explain.
A study comparing Formula 1 drivers across the past 37 years has determined Ayrton Senna to be the fastest of all time, ahead of Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton.
On this day 20 years ago Michael Schumacher lost the championship lead for the first time in his bid to win the 2000 title after a stunning start by Mika Hakkinen at the Hungaroring.
Michael Schumacher suffered his second first-lap crash in as many races in the German Grand Prix 20 years ago today, but that was only the first of the day’s dramas.
Michael Schumacher’s progress to his first world title with Ferrari suffered a blow when he crashed out on lap one in Austria 20 years ago today, and Mika Hakkinen won.
The French Grand Prix, 20 years ago today, marked the mid-point in the season. Michael Schumacher started from pole position, but had David Coulthard’s rapid McLaren alongside.
Michael Schumacher won in the wet 20 years ago today in Canada after Ferrari told Rubens Barrichello to follow his brake-troubled team mate home.