In this video, F1 Racing editor Ben Anderson is joined by partner editor james-roberts to discuss with Symonds, who is currently F1’s Chief Technical Officer, the enduring impact and heritage that Michael left the match.

In this they talk about how Schumacher struck the mould with regards to what it meant to be a Formula 1 driver — unprecedented degrees of fitness, commitment, attention to detail and a win-at-all-costs competitive soul — which allowed him to flee a path to greatness.

Symonds also gives his opinion on how he believes Schumacher contrasts to Fernando Alonso — that he ran to two world names — along with Lewis Hamilton, who is currently the closest driver to challenging Schumacher’s mantle because the mathematically greatest F1 driver of them all.

Also as Symonds’ insights, Roberts talks about his adventure at that the Schumacher museum in Cologne, including cars from his personal collection, which he lacked together side Michael’s mythical Ferrari club manager, Luca di Montezemolo.

Don’t forget to have a look at this month’s F1 Racing magazine, up on which Michael stars onto the front cover, and you also can read Anderson’s personal tribute to this excellent man here.

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