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F1 2004: Schumacher and Ferrari – A Class Apart

In the list of classic Grand Prix seasons, 2004 probably won’t feature all that high on the list. The championship was decided long before the final race with one team and driver proving utterly dominant sometimes you have look past the lack of nail-biting drama and appreciate a true sporting powerhouse at its brilliant best. The decision to go radical backfired on Williams and McLaren (Photo Credit: Ferrari) Michael Schumacher and Ferrari were under pressure after fighting tooth and nail for the 2003 title, securing it in a frantic finale at Suzuka and with McLaren and Williams both producing radical challengers for 2004, some were already speculating that Maranello’s golden era may...
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