The 1994 season was filled with victories and bans for Michael Schumacher. He came out of a disqualification and two race bans for the European GP. Would he taste another victory?
Two legends battling for supremacy set up one of the biggest battles in Formula 1 history. This is that story from a different perspective.
After the victory at the San Marino GP, Michael and the Ferrari team were expected to come out all guns blazing at the Monaco GP. Could they win? Let’s find out.
Reaching the penultimate race, Schumacher required a win to keep his title hopes alive. Could he do it? Let’s find out
Schumacher was a seven-time world champion while Senna was ruthless and unparalleled. Both had a brief period of overlap on the F1 track. The rivalry could have been the next big thing if not for an unfortunate end.
A Formula 1 Car is one of the fastest in the world. But how fast is fast? How would it compare to a road car or other vehicles? Let’s find out.
Schumacher had an eventful end to the 1994 season after colliding with Hill. Hill collided twice in 1995 with Schumacher. 1996 was a new year but would the contest continue?
Schumacher and Hill’s collision was so remarkable in terms of the outcome that it is discussed even today. So, what happened?
Though of a different era and having different personalities, there were some similarities between Michael and Ayrton Senna. Interestingly, it has to do with their driving style. Read on.
Michael’s second victory at Canada got him to second place in the world championship table. Could he win once again in France? Let’s find out.
Despite an unusual season where Michael had not won a single of the first two races, the San Marino GP promised some action. Could Michael win his first race of the season? Let’s find out.
Coming out of the infamous 1997 F1 season, Schumacher was looking for his first win in the 1998 season. Could Argentina change Michael’s fortune? Let’s find out.
The 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a calamity even before the green flag waved.
After a freakish incident at Belgium which denied Michael a sure victory, he went all guns blazing for the Italian GP. Would Michael be able to do it? Let’s find out.