Michael Schumacher: The Edge of Greatness

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Headline, 2007 - Automobile racing drivers - 308 pages
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Michael Schumacher is the outstanding Formula One driver of his generation and, statistically, the greatest ever. Gifted with a rare blend of superior ability and nerve that defines a champion, his performances have captured the imagination of fans all over the world. For 15 seasons, he has left rivals trailing in his wake, winning an unprecedented seven world driver's championships. But he is a controversial figure, feared for his ruthless tactics, despised for using extreme methods in pursuit of his goals. THE EDGE OF GREATNESS examines Schumacher's entire career: from his first Grand Prix with Jordan to his Benetton world championships and his attempt to win back Ferrari's first world championship for 21 years. It tells the story behind Schumacher's record five consecutive world titles, uncovers the secrets of how he has stayed at the top for so long and examines the impact of his domination on the sport. Now, as Michael Schumacher reaches the final act in his historic career, it is time to reappraise the man behind the tabloid stereotype. Frank, honest, adroit and in-depth, James Allen delivers the anatomy of a champion.

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James Allen is the Formula One correspondent for The Financial Times and the author of Michael Schumacher: Driven to Extremes.

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