Why Michael Schumacher will always be a special racer

Why Michael Schumacher will always be a special racer

Pat Symonds, columnist for AUTOSPORT's sister publication F1 Racing, guided Michael Schumacher to his first two world titles at Benetton. Now, as Schuey bows out of F1 for a second time, Symonds offers a personal tribute

"The balance is nearly there, just a little too much understeer at low speed, but what is really troubling me is the sudden oversteer in the higher-speed corners."

Michael Schumacher is giving me his views on the Benetton during our final pre-season test at Kyalami in 1992.

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