Michael Schumacher may be the only man left in Formula One who is still amazed when he wins. Sunday’s British Grand Prix win was the German’s 10th in 11 races this year, the 80th of his career and fifth in a row. Schumacher Makes It 10 Wins Out of 11 [theage.com.au]. Like last week’s win in France, Schumacher used some blistering lap times — setting fastest lap four tours in succession — to pull out enough time to pit and remain in the lead. But at Silverstone on Sunday he was closely chased for much of the race by Kimi Raikkonen in a newly revised McLaren-Mercedes. No difference; the Schumacher machine rolled on anyway.
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