Jamie OLeary

Schumi doesn’t have Alonso worried

Defending world champion Fernando Alonso is not worried about Michael Schumacher's current dominant form, despite being beaten by his rival for the third race in a row. Schumacher's fourth victory in his home race, the German Grand Prix, helped him slash Alonso's championship lead from 17 points to 11.

Schumacher tops in incident-filled US Grand Prix

Michael Schumacher cruised to his third win of the season in the United States Grand Prix on Sunday as he led home a Ferrari one-two after an incident-filled race. Schumacher beat Felipe Massa by 7,9 seconds as he took a record fifth win at the Indianapolis circuit and cut Spaniard Fernando Alonso's lead in the World Championship to 19 points.

Schumi eyes Montreal win to get season back on track

German Michael Schumacher has targeted victory in this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix as he attempts to close in on the lead of the drivers' world championship. Schumacher (37), who drives for Ferrari, has 51 points -- 23 fewer than defending world champion Fernando Alonso of Spain -- and knows that he must start a dramatic turnaround in Montreal.

Alonso wins British Grand Prix

Defending world champion Fernando Alonso blew away his opposition on a windy day at Silverstone to take his fifth win of the season in the British Grand Prix on Sunday. Spaniard Alonso (24) led from start to finish to give Renault their first Silverstone win as a constructor since 1983.

Schumi hopes to make it a ‘German’ weekend

Michael Schumacher hopes to complete a German sporting double in the British Grand Prix on Sunday. The seven-time world drivers' champion lags 21 points behind Fernando Alonso in the drivers' championship following the Spaniard's fourth win of the year in the Monaco Grand Prix.

Alonso triumphs in front of home crowd

Defending world-champion Fernando Alonso made Spanish sporting history here on Sunday when he became the first home winner of the Spanish Grand Prix. The 24-year-old Renault driver triumphed in stunning fashion, finishing a comfortable 18,5 seconds ahead of his main rival, seven-times champion German Michael Schumacher in a Ferrari.

Alonso targets home win

Fernando Alonso heads back to his native Spain this weekend determined to win the Spanish Grand Prix for the first time and extend his lead in the drivers' world championship. Alonso (24) leads the race for this year's drivers' crown after winning twice and finishing on the podium in every one of the five races so far.

Schumacher secures pole position in record time

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher returned to the fore by claiming a record-breaking 66th pole position in Imola, Italy, on Saturday for the San Marino Grand Prix. Ferrari driver Schumacher (37) set the standard in a time of one minute and 23,431 seconds to break the record of Ayrton Senna.

Alonso beats Schumacher in Bahrain

Fernando Alonso warned on Sunday that he is in no mood to give up his world driver's crown without a fight by beating Ferrari's Michael Schumacher in the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Alonso made use of a perfect strategy from his Renault team to win by 1,2 seconds from pole-sitter Schumacher.

Schumi equals pole-position record in Bahrain

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher showed his return to form when he stormed to a Ferrari 1-2 to take pole position for Sunday's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Schumacher, who had a disappointing 2005 season, equalled the late Ayrton Senna's record of 65 pole positions on Saturday.

Lack of third driver could hamper Toyota

Ralf Schumacher admitted in Manama on Friday that the lack of a third driver in Friday practice sessions could cost Toyota this season. Toyota finished fourth in last year's constructors' world championship, which disqualifies them from running a third car in Friday testing.

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