F1 » Belgian GP 2002 - Michael romps to record.

Michael Schumacher produced another virtuoso performance at the Belgian Grand Prix to re-write the Formula One record books once again. At the circuit where he won his first grand prix in 1992, and broke Alain Prost's all-time wins total nine years later, the German added the record for the highest number of victories in one season with his tenth success of 2002. The achievement broke the tie he has held for several years with Nigel Mansell - the man who won the title in the year Schumacher s

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