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POLL: Should Schumacher return to F1?

Vote in our latest F1 poll and have your say now on if you think Michael Schumacher should return to the sport with Mercedes Grand Prix.
Michael Schumacher looks to be on the verge of returning to F1 with Mercedes Grand Prix in 2010.

Rumours that the record-breaking seven-time F1 world champion will come out of retirement have intensified in recent days and on Sunday it emerged that the German has already allegedly reached a 'verbal agreement' to compete with the former Brawn GP team [see separate story – click here].

So do you think he should return?

Or is he too old?

Have your say now...

To vote in our poll CLICK HERE.

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Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari F2007, Barcelona F1 Test, 13-15th, November, 2007

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JB - Unregistered

December 16, 2009 1:37 PM

To all the Ferrari fans who feel MS is betraying them: - a very young Michael Schumacher was actually contracted to Mercedes as a Sports Car driver BEFORE he even drove his first F1 race for Jordan - Mercedes-Benz even had to pay Jordan some $150,000 just for the chance for him to drive at that one (his FIRST) 1991 F1 race !!!!!!! Would be fitting for him to again drive for Mercedes-Benz!! My opinion: After his 2 World Drivers titles with Benetton, if he had rather chosen to drive for McLaren Mercedes in 1996 - he'd have MORE than 7 world titles by the time he retired - when Michael won the World F1 Drivers' Championship in 2000 it was Ferrari's first F1 Drivers title in 21 years !!!

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