“Tragedy” and “shame” as legacy in Germany built by Michael Schumacer crumbles, says ex-F1 boss | F1

The legendary Schumacher still shares the joint-record for most F1 championships with Lewis Hamilton (seven), and was a mega-star that transcended his sport in the late-90s and early-00s.Today, there is no F1 German Grand Prix, no major Germany-based team and no viable title contender from the country."In Germany, Formula 1 has regressed into a tragedy for which every motorsport enthusiast can only be ashamed of himself,” ex-Mercedes boss Haug told RND.“Between 1994 and 2016 there were German world champions like on an assembly line, seven titles by Michael Schumacher, four in a row by Sebastian Vettel and finally the last one…

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