Wednesday 03 October 2012
'It's simply gloves-off' says Lewis Hamilton ahead of Japanese Grand Prix
Michael Schumacher 'filled with hope and anticipation' as Mercedes unveil new F1 car
Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher retires from Formula One... again
Schumacher says Lewis will shine
Schumacher off Vettel pace
Michael Schumacher insists he is looking forward to this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix despite the prospect of being without a drive next season.
It was announced last week that the 43-year-old will be replaced at Mercedes by Lewis Hamilton for 2013 after the Briton opted to end his 14-year association with McLaren.
"My motivation is completely intact after the news last week, especially because Suzuka is one of the season's highlights for me," said Schumacher.
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