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Michael Schumacher
Team: Ferrari
Nationality: German
DOB: 03/01/1969
Place: H�rth-Herm�lheim
Grand Prix entered: 250
World Championships: 7
Highest race finish: 1 (x91)
Highest grid position: 1 (x68)
Podiums: 154
Points: 1369
2005 Finally loses his crown as F2005 and Bridgestone tyres prove no match for Renault and McLaren rivals. Sole victory comes in depleted US race after Michelin withdrawal. Continues to dominate team mate Rubens Barrichello, finishing third in driver standings, helping Ferrari to same place in constructors' championship.
2004 Wins his seventh drivers' championship in style with an amazing 13 victories from 18 races. Retires just once, in Monaco, following controversial collision with Montoya under the safety car.
2003 Pushed hard by the likes of Juan Pablo Montoya and Kimi Raikkonen after a poor start to the season, but fights back to clinch a record sixth drivers' title at the final round in Japan.
2000 - 2002 Wins a hat-trick of Drivers' titles, rewriting the record books of the sport in the process. Draws level with Juan Manuel Fangio on five World Championships and helps Ferrari to take the Constructors' crown in each season as well.
1999 Crashes at the British Grand Prix and breaks his leg. Returns for the Malaysian Grand Prix and helps Ferrari to its first Constructors' Championship since 1983.
1998 Takes the Drivers' title to the last race of the season but then stalls on the grid at Suzuka, losing the Championship to Mika Hakkinen.
1997 Finishes second in the Drivers' Championship - but is disqualified after a collision with eventual champion Villeneuve at the final race of the season.
1996 Joins Ferrari and starts on the long process of turning the team's fortunes around. Finishes third in the Drivers' Championship.
1995 Wins his second Drivers' title with Benetton.
1994 Wins his first Drivers' Championship amidst controversy - colliding with nearest rival Damon Hill in the last race of the season.
1992 Wins the Belgian Grand Prix and finishes third in the Drivers' Championship driving for Benetton.
1991 Formula One debut for Jordan, but moves to Benetton after one race. Takes four Drivers' Championship points.
1990 Wins German Formula 3 Championship.
2007 Canadian Grand Prix
Sessions & Results
Friday 08 Jun 2007
10:00 - 11:30 Practice 1
14:00 - 15:30 Practice 2
Saturday 09 Jun 2007
10:00 - 11:00 Practice
13:00 Qualifying
Sunday 10 Jun 2007
13:00 Race