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July 7, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ralf Schumacher won the Formula One French Grand Prix on Sunday at Magny-Cours for his second consecutive victory. Schumacher finished 13.8 seconds ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya in the second consecutive 1-2 finish for Williams-BMW. Michael Schumacher of Ferrari struggled in fifth place most of the race and finished third. Kimi Raikkonen and David Coulthard of McLaren-Mercedes finished fourth and fifth, respectively.
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May 25, 2007
That space-age innovation we've awaited for decades, the one that will make the automobile (and $3.50-a-gallon gas) obsolete, is here. All you have to do is crash your vehicle, as Formula One driver Ralf Schumacher did in a Monaco Grand Prix practice run, and call in the crane.
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April 16, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ralf Schumacher added to the rich family collection of Formula One trophies, getting his first career victory in Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, Italy. The 25-year-old brother of Michael Schumacher drove his Williams-BMW car to an almost unchallenged triumph, earning the British team its first Formula One victory since September 1997 and ending a 22-race winning streak by either Ferrari or McLaren-Mercedes drivers.
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June 23, 2004 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
Driver Ralf Schumacher, who crashed violently Sunday in the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, was back at his home in Salzburg, Austria, on Tuesday, recuperating from minor injuries, but the Federation Internationale de L'Automobile, the sanctioning body for Formula One, was taking heat over the accident.
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May 25, 2007
That space-age innovation we've awaited for decades, the one that will make the automobile (and $3.50-a-gallon gas) obsolete, is here. All you have to do is crash your vehicle, as Formula One driver Ralf Schumacher did in a Monaco Grand Prix practice run, and call in the crane.
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June 21, 2004 | From Associated Press
Michael Schumacher was all business on the track Sunday. Off it, he was worried about his injured brother, Ralf. Schumacher cruised to a 2.9-second victory over Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello in a U.S. Grand Prix marred by several crashes, including one that left his brother in an Indianapolis hospital with back pain. Afterward, the six-time world champion was subdued despite his eighth win in nine races this season.
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June 30, 2003 | From Associated Press
Ralf Schumacher took advantage of the misfortunes of his brother, Michael, and pole-sitter Kimi Raikkonen to end a 24-race winless streak. Schumacher led a Williams-BMW 1-2 finish in the European Grand Prix on Sunday at Nuerburgring, Germany, earning his first victory of the year and fifth of his career. Five-time series champion Michael Schumacher became the first Formula One driver to surpass 1,000 career points.
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August 4, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Juan Pablo Montoya won the Formula One German Grand Prix on Sunday, speeding away after a crash in the opening seconds eliminated three top contenders. Kimi Raikkonen of McLaren-Mercedes, Montoya's Williams-BMW teammate, Ralf Schumacher, and Rubens Barrichello of Ferrari -- were knocked out of the race at Hockenheim before the first lap was completed.
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February 26, 1999 | SHAV GLICK
Interest in Formula One racing has waned dramatically in the United States since the fiasco at Phoenix nearly a decade ago and the absence of an American driver since Michael Andretti's sorry experience in 1993. Remember Phoenix in 1991? Bernie Ecclestone brought his F1 troupe to the Valley of the Sun for the third year of a five-year contract that cost the citizens of Phoenix $8 million.
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April 21, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Michael Schumacher knew this day would have meant so much to his mother, with Ferrari fans lining the track as he won a Formula One race for the first time this year. This day, however, was one of mourning for Schumacher and his brother, Ralf. Wearing a black armband on his red racing suit, he drove only hours after his mother's death Sunday and won the San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, Italy. Ralf Schumacher finished fourth.
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June 21, 2004 | From Associated Press
Michael Schumacher was all business on the track Sunday. Off it, he was worried about his injured brother, Ralf. Schumacher cruised to a 2.9-second victory over Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello in a U.S. Grand Prix marred by several crashes, including one that left his brother in an Indianapolis hospital with back pain. Afterward, the six-time world champion was subdued despite his eighth win in nine races this season.
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August 4, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Juan Pablo Montoya won the Formula One German Grand Prix on Sunday, speeding away after a crash in the opening seconds eliminated three top contenders. Kimi Raikkonen of McLaren-Mercedes, Montoya's Williams-BMW teammate, Ralf Schumacher, and Rubens Barrichello of Ferrari -- were knocked out of the race at Hockenheim before the first lap was completed.
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July 7, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ralf Schumacher won the Formula One French Grand Prix on Sunday at Magny-Cours for his second consecutive victory. Schumacher finished 13.8 seconds ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya in the second consecutive 1-2 finish for Williams-BMW. Michael Schumacher of Ferrari struggled in fifth place most of the race and finished third. Kimi Raikkonen and David Coulthard of McLaren-Mercedes finished fourth and fifth, respectively.
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June 30, 2003 | From Associated Press
Ralf Schumacher took advantage of the misfortunes of his brother, Michael, and pole-sitter Kimi Raikkonen to end a 24-race winless streak. Schumacher led a Williams-BMW 1-2 finish in the European Grand Prix on Sunday at Nuerburgring, Germany, earning his first victory of the year and fifth of his career. Five-time series champion Michael Schumacher became the first Formula One driver to surpass 1,000 career points.
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April 21, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Michael Schumacher knew this day would have meant so much to his mother, with Ferrari fans lining the track as he won a Formula One race for the first time this year. This day, however, was one of mourning for Schumacher and his brother, Ralf. Wearing a black armband on his red racing suit, he drove only hours after his mother's death Sunday and won the San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, Italy. Ralf Schumacher finished fourth.
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April 16, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ralf Schumacher added to the rich family collection of Formula One trophies, getting his first career victory in Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, Italy. The 25-year-old brother of Michael Schumacher drove his Williams-BMW car to an almost unchallenged triumph, earning the British team its first Formula One victory since September 1997 and ending a 22-race winning streak by either Ferrari or McLaren-Mercedes drivers.
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March 2, 2001 | SHAV GLICK
Nationalism is the driving force in Formula One's worldwide popularity, and a major reason the U.S. has lagged behind in interest, since there is no American driver nor team. When the season starts Sunday in Melbourne, Australia, however, interest will be heightened because of two newcomers. Juan Pablo Montoya, winner of the Indianapolis 500 and the most dominating open-wheel racer in CART the last two seasons, will be making his F1 debut in the Australian Grand Prix.
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June 23, 2004 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
Driver Ralf Schumacher, who crashed violently Sunday in the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, was back at his home in Salzburg, Austria, on Tuesday, recuperating from minor injuries, but the Federation Internationale de L'Automobile, the sanctioning body for Formula One, was taking heat over the accident.
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March 2, 2001 | SHAV GLICK
Nationalism is the driving force in Formula One's worldwide popularity, and a major reason the U.S. has lagged behind in interest, since there is no American driver nor team. When the season starts Sunday in Melbourne, Australia, however, interest will be heightened because of two newcomers. Juan Pablo Montoya, winner of the Indianapolis 500 and the most dominating open-wheel racer in CART the last two seasons, will be making his F1 debut in the Australian Grand Prix.
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February 26, 1999 | SHAV GLICK
Interest in Formula One racing has waned dramatically in the United States since the fiasco at Phoenix nearly a decade ago and the absence of an American driver since Michael Andretti's sorry experience in 1993. Remember Phoenix in 1991? Bernie Ecclestone brought his F1 troupe to the Valley of the Sun for the third year of a five-year contract that cost the citizens of Phoenix $8 million.
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