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Schumi continues Formula One sweep

  TWIG - In Bahrain this week, Michael Schumacher won a third straight Formula One automotive race out of the last three– and still had time to console all the people he left in the dust. "Many years experience have shown us how quickly the page can turn," he said in response to the near-successful attempt by rival Williams-BMW last year.

Schumacher – who has already won six world championships – is a hard act to match. The win in Bahrain follows recent successes in Malaysia and Australia for the Ferrari driver. Close behind him in standings is Italian driver Rubens Barichello, also with Ferrari.

Schumacher, ever the graceful champion, agrees that it is painful to watch his competitors flounder in his wake. "It’s not good for the sport," he said.
Republished with permission from "The Week in Germany"


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