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Nostalgia: Schumacher storms to Belgian GP victory from 16th on the grid

The iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit has become renowned for producing amazingly entertaining races, with the high probability of rain only adding to the natural freneticism that the 4.352 mile circuit creates. The 1995 race was no exception, with a topsy-turvy grid after inclement weather during the two qualifying sessions setting the scene for a thrilling 44-lap race. The opening qualifying session on the Friday was plagued with traditional rainfall, which saw the lap times plummet way over the two minute mark with Ferrari’s Gerhard Berger leading the way overnight. However, the weekend was effectively turned on its head during the Saturday qualifying session when reigning World...
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