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Last Updated: Sunday, 12 October, 2003, 07:26 GMT 08:26 UK
Michael Schumacher's career in photos
Michael Schumacher drives a Jordan in 1991
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Germany's Michael Schumacher begins his Grand Prix career for the newly-formed Jordan team in 1991
Benetton's Michael Schumacher gestures in the pits in 1991
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His performances cause a stir on the F1 circuit and it's not long before Benetton snatch the young star from under Eddie Jordan's nose
Michael Schumacher drives for Benetton in 1994
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Schumacher comes into his own in the 1994 season, which is tinged with tragedy and controversy after Ayrton Senna's death
Michael Schumacher celebrates on the podium in 1994 after winning the Belgian Grand Prix
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Schumacher is in brilliant form during the 1994 season and narrowly wins his first ever Formula One drivers' championship
Schumacher is hugged on the podium in 1995
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In 1995 Schumacher delights the Benetton team as he retains his title finishing ahead of Britain's Damon Hill in the Williams
Michael Schumacher pushes his Ferrari towards the pits in 1996
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Schumacher is unable to resist the lure of Ferrari and signs for the F1 giants in 1996, but his first season is blighted by reliability problems
Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher at a press conference
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Canada's Jacques Villeneuve provides stiff competition for Schumacher, who again mounts a title challenge as Ferrari up their efforts in 1997
Michael Schumacher at a FIA press conference in 1997
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The FIA strip Schumacher of his second place after a controversial clash with Villeneuve at the Spanish Grand Prix
Michael Schumacher's damaged Ferrari is airlifted from the track in 1999
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Schumacher's attempt to win the 1999 title is brought to an end when he breaks his leg in a crash at the British Grand Prix
Schumacher's Ferrari in action in 2001
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After a couple of lean years Ferrari produce a superb car and Schumacher helps them land the 2000 and 2001 constructors' and drivers' championships
Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello are booed on the podium in Austria in 2002
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Ferrari make it a hat-trick in 2002 but their team orders cause controversy as Schumacher strolls to a fifth world title
Michael Schumacher celebrates winning the US Grand Prix in September
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Despite rule changes introduced in 2003, Schumacher wins another six Grand Prix and claims a record sixth world title

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