'Baby Schumi': The best and worst of Sebastian Vettel's hero Michael Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel this weekend joined his hero and Formula One legend Michael Schumacher as one of a select few to claim three championships titles.
Schumacher, Formula One's most successful driver, retired for the second and final time after the Brazilian Grand Prix, aged 43.
Schumacher, who started his career in 1991, retired for the first time in Brazil in 2006 and came back in 2010.
Schumacher ends his career after 308 races, 91 wins and seven championship titles.
His 19 seasons at the top have seen him rewrite the record book and the rule book. Here, we take a look at the best and worst of Schumacher's career.
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