It Was 20 Years Ago

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Michael Schumacher will be celebrating his 20th anniversary in Formula One at the next venue, the Belgium Grand Prix at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in ten days time. The start of his Formula One career was certainly not as troublesome as his return in 2010, and when the at the time the 22-year old Schumacher stepped into the cockpit of the number 32 Jordan 191 to replace Belgium-French driver Bertrand Gachot —  who was convicted to two months of imprisonment after spraying a London cabbie with CS gas — no one could have suspected he would race on to win an incredible seven world titles and would pulverize almost all records in the sport.

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