single season and most championship titles, however, does not hold the all-time pole position record, despite being only one pole away. Won the World Championship seven times, twice with Benetton (1994-1995) and five times with Ferrari (2000-2004). Without a doubt the best driver in his era but has severely lacked competition, which drivers in the ’80s and early ’90s had to face all the time. Unfortunately Michael barely had time to show his skills in fighting amongst drivers such as Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost but from what he demonstrated he could keep up and sometimes pass.
Serves especially well as a mock name in school.
Guy #2: I heard so. I don’t know who would want her, but she’s got her tank filled again.
2006, he retired, coming a second place in overall points which is outstanding, this man is simply a legened, in his final race in Formula1 ever he had a puncture which set him back well off 10th position, but worked his way back up to 4th!
This man is nothing less than the greatest driver in Formula1 and probably anything else, and Fernando Alonso will never be as good.