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Without doubt Schumacher has earned his place in history. His ability with speed, testing, set-up, team politics and his true passion to energize those supporting him and his goals is astounding. He deserves to be shown respect. I will say in regards to his sometime questionable on-track sportsmanship, tactics and etiquette he has proven to be less than deserving of his status. He stature with this does not even compare with those like Gilles Villenueve, Lauda, Stewart, Peterson, Moss, Fangio, G. Hill and a few more. The few that were not intimidated I would say generally outraced MIchael when the situation presented itself. Montoya, J. Villenueve and perhaps Coulthard.