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Michael Schumacher got 7 times the victory for the world title in the Formula 1 championship. Followed by Juan Manuel Fangio who is the second best driver of all time with five titles.

More consecutive world titles: 5

More consecutive world titles: 5

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Of the seven titles, he won 5 in a row between 2000 and 2004. Juan Manuel Fangio (between 1954 and 1957) and Sebastian Vettel (between 2010 and 2013) achieved four straight. Five is also the number of Schumacher titles with a single manufacturer, Ferrari, which is also a record. Lewis Hamilton has four with Mercedes.

World champion: missing 6 races

World champion: missing 6 races

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In 2002 Michael Schumacher won the Grand Prix of France in Magny-Cours and was crowned champion of the driver classification, missing 6 grand prizes to be made.

More victories in grand prizes: 91

More victories in grand prizes: 91

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The German is the driver with the most victories in Formula 1. The second in this ranking is Lewis Hamilton, with 73 wins, ahead of the 52 of Sebastian Vettel and the 51 of Prost, who held the record when Schumacher beat him in the GP from Belgium 2001.

Victories with only one team: 72

Victories with only one team: 72

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Schumacher's victories with Ferrari between 1996 and 2006 put him ahead of Hamilton's in Mercedes (52), Vettel's in Red Bull (38), Senna's in McLaren (35) and Prost's in McLaren (30 ).

More wins per season: 13

More wins per season: 13

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In 2004, Michael Schumacher won 13 of 18 races. We had to wait until 2013 when Vettel matched this figure, but in 19 great prizes. In percentage, only one pilot obtained better results than 72.2% of the Kaiser: Alberto Ascari won 75% of the events of the 1952 season (six of eight).

More victories in the same GP: 8

More victories in the same GP: 8

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Michael Schumacher was the most victorious of the French GP in Magny-Cours, winning a total of 8 races (1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2006).

More consecutive seasons with at least 1 victory: 15

More consecutive seasons with at least 1 victory: 15

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From 1992 to 2006, Michael Schumacher won at least one Grand Prix per season. In this section, Hamilton is the one who comes closest to him, having won 12 consecutive seasons.

More Pole Position in the same GP: 8

More Pole Position in the same GP: 8

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In Suzuka, Michael Schumacher got the Pole Position 8 times. This brand of more poles achieved in the same Formula 1 grand prize is shared with Ayrton Senna, who also won eight poles in the San Marino GP.

Faster laps: 77

Faster laps: 77

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77 fastest laps in grand prizes was what Michael Schumacher got in his career. Figure ahead of Kimi RaikkOnen in this ranking, with 46 for the Finn.

Fastest laps per season: 10

Fastest laps per season: 10

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In 2004 Michael Schumacher scored 10 quick laps in a season. Share this brand with Kimi Raikkonen, in 2005 and 2008

Hat tricks (Pole, victory and fast lap): 22

Hat tricks (Pole, victory and fast lap): 22

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Michael Schumacher managed in his career 22 "Hat Trick", Hamilton is second in this section with 14.

More Hat trick per season: 5

More Hat trick per season: 5

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In the 2004 season, Michael Schumacher achieved the "Hat trick" in five Grand Prixes, matching Alberto Ascari who got it in 1952, with the Ferrari 500.

More podiums: 155

More podiums: 155

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Michael Schumacher started in Formula 1 in the 1992 season achieving his first podium in the Mexican GP, ​​he got 155 podiums. 91 of which were victories. It is ahead of Hamilton, who is already 134.

More time between the first and last podium: 20 years, 3 months and 2 days

More time between the first and last podium: 20 years, 3 months and 2 days

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This is the time between his first podium in the 1992 Mexican GP and the 2012 European GP. Kimi RaikkOnen is the second in this ranking, with 16 years, eight months and eight days between the Australian Grand Prix of 2002 and that of Brazil 2018.

More Consecutive Podiums: 19

More Consecutive Podiums: 19

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Between Indianapolis 2001 and Suzuka 2002, the German took the podium of all the big prizes played. Who stayed closer to match this record was Lewis Hamilton, with 16 consecutive podiums between Monza 2014 and Silverstone 2015.

More podiums in one season: 17

More podiums in one season: 17

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In the 2002 season Michael Schumacher went from one success to another and in each of the 17 F1 races he finished on the podium. In 1963, Jim Clark made 9 of 10 (90%). The Lotus driver led the Monaco Grand Prix, until he suffered an accident due to a transmission failure.

Grand prizes led: 142

Grand prizes led: 142

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Of the 307 grand prizes contested, the seven-time world champion has led at least one lap in 142. The second in this ranking is Lewis Hamilton, with 129 in 229 disputed.

More laps led: 5111

More laps led: 5111

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No one has done as many leader laps as Michael Schumacher in the history of Formula 1: 5,111. This corresponds to a distance of 24,144 kilometers, slightly more than half of what the circumference of the earth measures. Lewis Hamilton follows him with 3975 laps (20,199 km).

More second places achieved: 43

More second places achieved: 43

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Michael Schumacher not only leads the statistics with the most victories in F1, he also has the mark of second places obtained with 43. Fernando Alonso and Kimi RaikkOnen are his closest pursuers with 37 points.

More points achieved: 221

More points achieved: 221

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Michael Schumacher ran in 308 races in his passage through Formula 1 getting points in 221 races.

More races for 1 team: 181

More races for 1 team: 181

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Michael Schumacher ran 181 races for the Ferrari team. He had previously run with Jordan 1, Benetton 68 and his latest Mercedes 58 team.

More "Doublets": 40

More "Doublets": 40

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In 40 races Michael Schumacher won both pole position and race, called this the "double."

More starting positions in the first row: 116

More starting positions in the first row: 116

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Michael Schumacher started from the 1st row in 116 of his 308 Formula 1 races. This is the F1 record!

Longest streak of being in the top 2 places: 15 races

Longest streak of being in the top 2 places: 15 races

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From Brazil to Japan in 2002 Michael Schumacher managed to be in the top 2 places in 15 consecutive Formula 1 races.



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