Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher is voted the most influential person in F1 history by Formula 1 fans - in front of a controversial promoter.
- Formula 1: Ferrari makes spectacular separation from Sebastian Vettel *.
- Michael Schumacher once won the drivers' championship for the Scuderia five times in a row.
- Formula 1 fans have chosen the record world champion in the middle of the Corona break * as the most influential personality in racing history.
Munich - Formula 1 is in the corona shutdown. In the middle of this dreary time, there is good news for all fans of Michael Schumacher * and Ferrari after the glorious F1 racing team announced the separation of Sebastian Vettel * after the 2020 season.
Formula 1: Michael Schumacher most influential person in F1 history
In an online voting, the Formula 1 supporters voted Michael Schumacher , father of Formula 2 driver and Ferrari driver Mick Schumacher *, the most influential person in F1 history. The racing series announced this via social media.
He's no stranger to winning
You've voted Michael Schumacher as the most influential person in # F1 history # F170 pic.twitter.com/dZQnhCfvSs
Even more: In this survey, the record world champion (1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) prevailed against other personalities and greats from the past Formula 1 decades .
The voting was carried out in a knockout system.
Formula 1 voting: Michael Schumacher prevails against Bernie Ecclestone
In the end, the F1 fans were able to vote in a final between the most important team boss and the most important driver - here Michael Schumacher prevailed against the controversial promoter Bernie Ecclestone.
Schumacher had achieved a total of 91 Grand Prix victories in his 25-year career between 1991 and 2006 , the first victory in 1992 in the Belgian spa - later one of his favorite tracks.
Over the years, the Kerpener has proven to be a specialist in the most difficult rain conditions and has fought legendary duels with other F1 drivers such as Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve and David Coulthard.
Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher lives in seclusion
In December 2013, the now 51-year-old suffered a serious skiing accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury, as a result of which he was in an artificial coma for months.
Today, the former world-class driver lives away from the public eye - and son Mick Schumacher (21) is preparing to make the leap into Formula 1 . This should also please fans of the racing series. In the same way, her followers were happy about a happy Instagram greeting from the Schumacher daughter Gina-Maria. Now there is the next hot rumor: is Fernando Alonso returning to Formula 1?
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