F1 » Canadian GP 2003 - Schumacher seizes initiative.

If the race had been wet, he would likely have dominated it but, with dry weather gracing Montreal for the Canadian GP, paddock wisdom said that the Michelin runners - and particularly the Williams-BMWs - should have the upper hand. Michael Schumacher does not listen to wisdom... The German was not on the front row at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, having lost out to the two Williams in dry qualifying, but was never far away from the front in the race, eventually taking the lead at the first

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