Michael Schumacher: Formative years: Michael Schumacher is the undisputed king of Formula One, one of the most high-risk and thrilling sports. He has won the Formula One Driver’s Championship a record seven times. The person next to him has won it just three times. This is just the smallest glimpse to show how farther ahead of everyone else Michael Schumacher is.
He started with karting at the age of four, and at the age of six, he had already won his club championship using a kart that his father had built for him from parts in the shed. His father had to take on a second job and his mother worked at the track’s canteen to be able to fund Schumacher’s racing.
As German kart licenses are not granted to anyone below the age of 14, Michael got his made in Luxembourg where the age limit is 12. At the age of 14, he won the German karting championship. In 1988, he got into professional racing when he took part in the Formula Konig and the Formula Ford, winning the former. A year later, he joined the WTS Formula
Three team, and won the 1990 Formula Three championship. In 1991, he made his F1 debut with the Jordan team at the Belgian GP d FIFA’s Woman Player of the Year in 2002.