Who is F1's real comeback king in 2012?
There's been much talk about the F1 returns of Kimi Raikkonen and Michael Schumacher, but Jonathan Noble wonders just who really is the 'Comeback King' of 2012 so far
It was just like Formula 1 had rolled back the years at Valencia last Sunday.
There was the wily old fox Fernando Alonso at the top of the podium after a stirring and emotional afternoon in front of his home fans that left him struggling to hold back the tears. Alongside the Spaniard were not a couple of F1's new wave of youngsters, all chomping at the bit to try and knock the establishment off its perch, but instead it was the establishment itself: with Kimi Raikkonen and Michael Schumacher rewinding the clock a little bit for a flashback to Magny-Cours 2005 when the three men – looking a bit more youthful – were up there in the same positions spraying the champagne.
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