With the championship battle having got as close as it had between Michael and Alonso, the only way ahead was to win. Could Michael win the 2006 Italian GP? Let’s find out.
Another win by Michael Schumacher would set the championship ablaze. Could he win the 2006 German GP and set the championship on fire? Let’s find out.
After his victory at the 2006 U.S. GP, Michael would want to keep up the winning momentum. Could he win the 2006 French GP also? Let’s find out.
With the top spot eluding him in the last four races, could Michael win the 2006 United States GP? Let’s find out.
With his first win at San Marino, Michael would be charged up to go for another victory. Could he do it at the 2006 European GP? Let’s find out.
After a dismal 2005 outing, Ferrari was back on the podium in the 2006 season. They were yet to win, though. Could the 2006 San Marino GP work in Schumacher's favour? Let’s find out.
Michael Schumacher and the Ferrari team needed a 2005 win in the U.S. Did they pull it off? Let’s find out.
Michael Schumacher came to the Japanese GP after finishing twelfth in the Chinese GP. Could he get back to his winning ways? Let’s find out.
Schumacher had already equaled his own record of most wins in a season in Germany. Did he continue to remain unstoppable at the 2004 Hungarian GP too?
Would Michael’s domination see him win one more GP in the 2004 season? Would the 2004 German GP also go Michael’s way? Let’s find out.
The 2004 season was turning competitive quite late in the year. However, Michael was still winning. Could he continue his winning ways in the 2004 British GP? Let’s find out.
The win at the US GP would give Michael the license to continue his domination in France. Could he win the 2004 French GP? Let’s find out.
Michael was once again in the winning groove, so would he get one more win at the United States GP? Let’s find out.
After a good outing at the European GP, the Ferrari team would look forward to another great outing in Canada. Could Michael make a win happen? Let’s find out.
One of the all-time greats of Formula 1 also has one of the most career wins. When and where were these 91 victories? Let's find out.
For the first time in the 2004 season, Michael had failed to finish a race. He would try to make a comeback at the European GP, but could he win? Let’s find out.
Michael’s reign in the 2004 season was similar to his juggernaut of the 2002 season. Would he continue his juggernaut in Spain too? Let’s find out.
Schumacher remained unstoppable in the 2004 season. Would he make it four wins in a row at San Marino? Let’s find out.
With two wins under his belt, Michael Schumacher would want to leave his mark at the new Bahrain circuit. Can he do it? Let’s find out.
With the Australian GP win, Michael would want to continue his winning ways. Would it be easy for Michael with four other constructors performing well? Let’s find out.
After a close battle in the 2003 season, Michael would want to start the 2004 season on a winning note. Can he do it? Let’s find out.
Ferrari’s dominating season was coming to the final race in Japan. Would it be another Schumacher win? Let’s find out.
With the drivers’ and constructors’ championship out of the way, Michael should have found it easy to win this race. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
World champion Michael Schumacher had to continue his winning ways to get home the constructors’ title too. Could he win the 2002 German GP? Let’s find out.
With the possibility of winning his fifth world title, Michael Schumacher would be eyeing a French GP win. Would he be able to win the race? Let’s find out.
Barrichello took the chequered flag at the European GP and Michael came in second. Michael would want to turn the tables at the British GP. Could Michael win? Let's find out.
Having missed a win at the Monaco GP, Michael would be going all out for a win at the Canadian GP. Could Michael bring out his magic at the track? Let’s find out.
Michael’s domination in the Spanish GP made one wonder if it would be any different in Austria. Let’s find out how the race progressed.
Leading the drivers’ championship, Michael would only want to consolidate his lead. Could he win the Spanish GP and extend his lead? Let’s find out.
After the Brazilian GP victory, Michael would want to keep the momentum going at San Marino. Can he win there against a resurgent Williams team? Let’s find out.
With the Williams combination proving extremely potent, can Ferrari manage to stay ahead? Can Michael win the Brazilian GP?
After a successful 2001 season, Michael would hope to start the 2002 season on a positive note. Could he start with a win at the Australian GP? Let’s find out.
After taking the Drivers’ and Constructors’ championship, Michael would be at ease in Japan. But then never too easy to not attempt a win. Could he win in Japan?
With Ralf tailing Michael in almost every race, the elder Schumacher would want a victory to keep the Williams team at bay. Could he win another tough race in France?
With the Williams team getting stronger and Ralf winning in Canada, Michael would have to manage additional competition. Could he still win in Europe?
David Coulthard was proving to be a title contender, and a strong opponent for Michael Schumacher. Could Michael win despite Coulthard’s amazing run?
Michael had a rocking start to the 2001 season with a win, and now it was on to the Malaysian GP. Could he win again? Let’s find out.
The 2000 World Champ, Michael Schumacher, wanted to start the 2001 season with a win. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
The 2000 F1 world champion, Michael Schumacher, could not rest yet. He would still have to win or do better than the McLarens to bring home the constructors’ championship. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
A win at the Japanese GP would seal the season for Schumacher, but Hakkinen wouldn’t make it easy. Could Michael win? Let’s find out.
Having made a comeback to winning ways in Italy, Michael Schumacher wanted a back-to-back win at the U.S. Grand Prix. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
Despite leading the Monaco GP, Michael had to retire because of a suspension problem. He would like to make up in Canada. Could he win? Let’s find out.
After a hat trick of wins, Schumacher made the podium just once in the next two races. Could Michael win the European GP, the sixth race of the season? Let’s find out.
With wins in Australia and Brazil, Michael would be looking to make a hat-trick of wins at San Marino. Could he win the San Marino GP or would it be Mika’s day? Let’s find out.
With much luck on his side and a win at Australia, Michael would be hoping to win again in Brazil. Could he win the Brazilian GP? Let’s find out.
After a somewhat disappointing end to the 1999 F1 season, Michael would be raring to go to Australia. Could he win the elusive Australian GP? Let’s find out.
By the fifth race of the season, Schumacher was tied with David for the first spot. A win was essential to take the lead. Could Michael do it? Let’s find out.
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.
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.
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.
After the first back-to-back win of the season, Michael would be pacing himself for a win at Britain. Could he win the British GP? Let’s find out.
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.
Senna versus Prost: Two legends battling for supremacy set up one of the biggest battles in Formula 1 history. This is that story from a different perspective.
With just one win in six races, Michael would be aiming to win the Canadian GP. Can he do it against the superior McLarens? 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.
Reaching the penultimate race, Schumacher required a win to keep his title hopes alive. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
With no wins after the French GP, Michael witnessed Jacques chipping away at his lead in the drivers’ title. Could he win in Belgium? Let’s find out.
Having taken the lead in the drivers’ championship, Schumacher hoped for a win in the French GP. Could he do it with Jacques Villeneuve as a tough competitor? Let’s find out.
If Schumacher’s crash with Damon Hill ruffled feathers, then wait till you see his crash with Villeneuve. Let’s check it out.
After his first win at Monaco, Schumacher finished fourth in Spain. Could he win in Canada? Let’s find out.
Four races down, and Schumacher had yet to win in the 1997 season. Could he win in Monaco? Let’s find out.
At Ferrari’s home ground in Italy, fans would be praying for a Ferrari win. Could Schumacher win it for the fans? Let’s find out.
Michael had just one win from 12 races so far in the 1996 season. Could he win in Belgium? Let’s find out.
Michael arrived at the Ferrari camp as a world champ but was unable to win even after six races of the season. Could he do it in Spain? Let’s find out.
Already a world champion, Michael had to win the Japanese GP to help his team win the constructors’ championship. Could he do it for the Benetton team? Let’s find out.
With just three points needed to seal the drivers’ championship, Michael had to give it his all in the 1995 Pacific GP. Could he do it? Let’s find out.
The season was refusing to conclude with the title champs, Schumacher and Hill, separated by just 17 points. Could Schumacher win at the European GP and get closer to the title? Let’s find out.
With just eleven points separating him from Damon Hill, could Schumacher win the Belgian GP and extend his lead? Let’s find out.
After a crash with Hill in the British GP, could Michael win the German GP? Let’s find out.
Leading the points table by a mere seven points, would Schumacher be able to win the French GP to extend his lead? Let’s find out.
Schumacher was once again at the top of the table after the Spanish GP. Could he continue his winning ways at Monaco? Let’s find out.
After winning the first race of the season at the Brazilian GP, Schumacher conceded the next two races to Hill. Could he win the Spanish GP? Let’s find out.
The newly crowned F1 champ, Michael Schumacher, entered his first-ever race as a winner. Could he continue his winning ways in the Brazilian GP? Let’s find out.
Gilles Villeneuve was known to be a risk-taker bordering on craziness. With levels of safety enforced in F1 today, what Gilles Villeneuve did in 1981 could hardly be replicated. What did he do? Let’s find out.
The 1995 season was dominated by the defending world champion, Michael Schumacher, and the expected outcome at the Canadian GP was the same. Could Jean Alesi win?
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?
Michael Schumacher came back from a disqualification and a retirement. Could things be different in Hungary? Let’s find out.
Michael Schumacher's juggernaut saw him win five out of six races so far in the 1994 season. Could he win his sixth race too? Let’s find out.
In the first five races of the 1994 season, Schumacher managed to win four and come up second in one. Could he win the Canadian GP, the sixth race of the season? Let’s find out.
Schumacher’s dream run of the 1994 season continued for the first three races. Would it be his fourth win in a row? Let’s find out.
Arriving at San Marino with a perfect 20 points from 2 races, Schumacher was poised for a battle with Senna. However, neither knew what they were about to encounter.
Having won the first race of the season, Michael was upbeat. However, the mighty Senna was still around. Could Michael win again in Japan? Let’s find out.
Schumi was transitioning from a rookie to a championship contender. The 1994 Brazilian GP was the first race of the season. Can he win with stalwarts like Senna around? Let’s find out.
Michael Schumacher after winning his 4th world title and 51st win in Hungary was all set to break Alain Prost’s record of 51 wins. Can he do it in Belgium? Let’s find out.
The reigning world champ, Michael Schumacher, was rolling towards his fourth world title in 2001. Could he do it in Hungary? Let’s find out.
Schumacher had to win the US GP to ensure that his grip on the world championship prevailed. Would he be able to do it? Let’s find out.
Plagued by reliability issues, Schumacher had been unable to finish any better than the fourth position in his last five races. Could he still win the Italian GP? Read on to find out.
Racing against the fast and furious Williams BMW cars on the front row, would Michael Schumacher be able to win the Canadian GP? Let’s find out.
Two horrible pitstops, the car set on fire, and a lost lead position: would Michael manage to come back from these to win the Austrian GP? Well, read on to find out.
Having won only one race in the 2003 season, can Schumacher and Ferrari win the Spanish GP as well? Read on to find out.
Schumacher was a five-time world champion and yet had not won a single race in 2003. Would it be any different in San Marino? Let’s find out.
So, what happens when Schumacher's record is equal to the late legend Senna’s record? He bursts into tears. Read on to find out.
Ron Dennis, the boss of one of the most successful F1 teams, wanted to meet Michael Schumacher, a promising driver. What was it all about? Read on to find out.
Michael Schumacher and Ferrari were hoping for the world title in 1998. Schumacher played his role well to win the Hungarian GP. How did it all play out? Read on to find out.
Going into the last race of the 1995 season, no one would have expected drama. But the Australian GP was only drama and in case of Hakkinen, a cruel one.
Michael Schumacher and the resurgent Ferrari were hoping for their first world title in 1998. Then Schumacher crashed at Spa and it all changed. Read on to find out more.
Michael Schumacher made 155 podium finishes, but when and where was the first one? Read on to find out.
Driving the fourth best constructor’s car, on a track dominated by Senna, Mansell and others, did Schumacher stand a chance to win the 1992 Belgian GP? It didn't seem that way, but he won. How? Read on.
Stuck gears are reasons for many F1 drivers to retire from the race but not so with Schumacher. The German not only finished a race but ended up on the podium. Read on to know more.
Schumacher mentioned that he respected Mika as his greatest rival. Any idea why? Let’s find out.
Prost came into the F1 game a decade before Schumacher. It seemed unlikely that they would have had a race duel. Or did they? Read on to find out.
Prost, Senna and Schumacher on the elite podium in 1993. The only time winners of a total of 14 world championships stood side-by-side. It had never happened before, and it would never happen again after the 1993 Spanish Grand Prix.
Schumacher had an eventful end to the 1994 season after colliding with Hill. Hill collided twice in 1995 with Schumacher. Would the contest continue in 1996?
Ayrton Senna was one of the best to grace the F1 world. A tragic event cuts short his career. What happened? Let’s find out.
Schumacher and Hill’s collision was so remarkable in terms of the outcome that it is discussed even today. So, what happened?
Schumacher had claimed that he looked up to Senna as a teenager. But did that mean he looked up to him in every aspect? Let’s find out.
The Red Baron’s 91st win came up at the Chinese Grand Prix. But how easy or difficult was it? Read on to find out.
How does a Formula 1 car compare with another one? Especially when both cars can do about 350 kmph. Let’s find out.
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.
Though of different eras and having different personalities, there were some similarities between Michael and Ayrton Senna. Interestingly, it has to do with their driving styles. Read on.
In 1998, Ferrari was a distant shadow of the all-conquering McLaren F1 car. Michael Schumacher in a Ferrari was the only one who could keep up and win.
Michael Schumacher was a seven-time world champion, while Ayrton 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.