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Schumacher test return video footage

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Michael Schumacher began his preparations for F1 2010 this week by testing at Jerez in Spain in a GP2 Series development car.

Here's all the footage from days 1 and 2 as the record breaking multiple F1 world champion gears up to come out of retirement and compete with Mercedes.

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Schumacher's First Race Test - Feature
13 January: Michael Schumacher continued his preparations for the season ahead. A Mercedes works driver on his first few days at work! Development work for GP2 on the one hand, a case of easing his way back, sharpening reflexes and getting a feel for the track on the other. The conscientious preparations of a seven-times world champion!
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Schumacher's First Race Test - Preparations
Various shots of the Mercedes GP Petronas driver in the garage getting ready to drive the GP2 car.
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Schumacher's First Race Test
Various shots of Michael Schumacher in the garage and at the photo shooting.
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Schumacher's First Race Test - Interview
January 12: Michael Schumacher drove a GP2 car to prepare for the season ahead. In the interview he speaks about purpose of the GP2 test drive and his preparations for upcoming season.
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Schumacher's First Race Test - On Track
Various shots of Michael Schumacher driving the GP2 car at Jerez in Spain.
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Schumacher's First Race Test - On Track 2
Various shots of Michael Schumacher driving the GP2 car at Jerez in Spain.



Related Pictures

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Michael Schumacher, Super Nova GP2 Series test, Jerez, January 2010 [pic credit: GP2 Series]
Michael Schumacher, Super Nova GP2 Series test, Jerez, January 2010 [pic credit: GP2 Series]
Michael Schumacher, Super Nova GP2 Series test, Jerez, January 2010 [pic credit: Mercedes-Benz Motorsport]

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RMedia

January 15, 2010 4:31 AM
Last Edited 2521 days ago

Not really... being Italian now living in UK I see no difference between Ferrari fans or other team's fans... The tifosi cheered when a driver wins in a capable car and slated them when they are not. If the car is crap they just panic and blame the team the most... Same happened when LH is winning while Heikki was slated time and time again for underachieving... Also, a proven winning drive will also have less pressure than the team when the car is crap... no matter which team! just my observation. :)



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