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Michael Schumacher returns to Formula One with Ferrari

india Updated: Aug 03, 2009 22:10 IST
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This season is not been the best for Ferrari or any of their drivers. They just have 40 constructor championship points and are third in the standings behind Brawn GP and Red Bull and with Toyota just 2 points behind their tail, third place is no gurantee. So with the comeback of a genius it will be a much needed boost for them, he will for sure boost their spirits and other team will need to step on the gas to beat this man.

Come 23 August, the podium will be set for Michael Schumacher to show that he has not lost his touch and he will be raring to go and give other drivers a run for their money. Fans will be behind him and so will Ferrari. He has a wealth of experience behind him to show who is the boss and with his racing style other drivers need to pull up their socks if they really fancy their chances against him.

Schumacher will be returning to the racing grid after almost 3 years and there is no doubt that his famed sublime skill must have gathered a bit of rust but be assured that he will not give up without a fight. He will give everything he has got in his kitty and give all the other drivers a chase of their lifetime. He will be in a no lose situation, nobody will be expecting him to win but the race circuit experts say this man can't be taken for granted. He will give his 200 per cent on the circuit and if miracle happens and if he goes to win the race or even a podium finish then expect the fireworks all around the world for the true champion. One thing is sure his presence on the Grid will make the racing more exciting and lots of fans will pay extra bucks to watch seven time champion back in the action after 3 years.

The season already beset by many controversies has witnessed a steady decline in the number of fans. Also all the new rules which were imposed this year have put the favourites in a tight spot and for the most part of the season they have been found struggling.

At such a time a legend's comeback will really help reignite fans' passion for the game. All Formula 1 fans and teams will be hoping that Michael Schumacher will be the savoiur of F1 after what they have gone through this year with all the politics and drama back stage.

Michael Schumacher has done the unthinkable. The greatest racer of all time is back. The seven times F1 world champion Michael Schumacher has made a shock comeback on the track for the first time after his retirement to replace Felippe Massa, who faced a career threatening accident during the Hungarian Grand Prix.