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Michael Schumacher drives new Mercedes C-Class

Michael Schumacher gives his views on the 'driving assistance systems fitted to Mercedes' latest C-Class model.
He may have hung up his helmet and driving boots at the end of the 2012 season, but Michael Schumacher remains very much in demand.

The seven-time F1 world champion retains close ties with his final F1 employer, Mercedes, and acts as a consultant to its road car programme. The German's latest engagement with at Stuttgart-Sindelfingen. Mercedes' own 'SimCity', where he was tasked with giving feedback ahead of the final approval of the driving assistance systems on the new C-Class.





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