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I've always believed that you should never, ever give up and you should always keep fighting even when there's only a slightest chance.
Never think that success is down to your own performance alone. If you start listening only to yourself you take the first step back towards the bottom. The flowers of victory belong in many vases.
Once something is a passion, the motivation is there.
Just being a mediocre driver has never been my ambition. That's not my style.
If the sun were made of hamsters, the earth would be incinerated.
I cant really imagine life without Formula One.
I'm Michael Schumacher. I don't need to test my driving ability.
Sometimes minor details can have a huge impact. If you don't devote 100 percent of your efforts to every detail, you immediately run into difficulties.
You try to hide your emotions, so as not to show weaknesses to others. I believe it's the same for every sportsman.
I always thought records were there to be broken.
Losing composure is pointless.
When you are part of a community for 14 years, it inevitably shapes you. I will always have a part of Ferrari beside me; a part of my heart will always be red.
When you're very successful, you become careless and try to turn many things into routine.
When you start out in a team, you have to get the teamwork going and then you get something back.
If you do things to the limit, and don’t purposely go over that limit, then I think it’s fine to do whatever you want. So long as you enjoy it. That’s what’s important.
Every year we find something new, we go faster, and that's what Formula One is about .
In sport there is never any moment that is the same as the other. I have been in Formula One for 12 years, and out of that I had one year with the perfect car.
I like working in a team, and at Ferrari there is always good cooperation.
I have really enjoyed my time at Ferrari, not just because of the successes.
The more precisely I can drive, the more I enjoy myself.
If I didn't even stand a chance of winning races and competing for the title, I don't think I would be that interested in continuing my career.
Ferrari always tries to get the best possible drivers, and my fellow team members have always been highly promising people.
Everyone is replaceable, including me.
I didn't have statistics in my mind when I was racing. It was always a consequence - a nice consequence. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't the reason I was racing.
I have to say it's been tough to leave the Ferrari family, which has been a big part of my career.
Your ups and downs in sports, I think they are as normal as daily life: One day you wake up and feel great, the next day you wake up and feel maybe less great.
I already tried that. Something heavy metal like. And sunglasses. But it didn't work; I went to the gas station and when I left the guy at the counter said, 'bye Mr Schumacher
Nascar will certainly not be one of my challenges in the future.
I know what I am, and what I have to do in my profession, so I can handle the pressure. It's the way I think.
My time with Ferrari was wonderful. I have found friends and had experiences that I would not want to be without.
Psychologically speaking, it's very important to be in good shape. I work in a sport that requires you to react quickly and be in excellent shape. Besides, things don't get easier as you get older.
Ross Brawn knows that I prefer to have odd race numbers.
I'm not very comfortable with what people sometimes say or think about me - things I don't feel responsible for.
First, you have to finish.
I will do everything I can to bring the number one to Ferrari. The whole team and all the fans deserve it.
I don't feel like promising big things to my fans. I'm not thinking about victory at all. I'll do my best to get on the podium at least, although I must admit I feel fairly pessimistic.
Let's put it this way, I like number seven.
I like to share my life, and spend time with someone I love. That has worked 100 per cent with my wife.
I hate to take compromises with a racing car. The more standard a car is, the more compromises you have to take.
I just want to be known as a very normal person and be treated as that and be able to walk down the street like anyone else.
I think I was five when I had my real first go-kart.
People get excited around me and behave differently than they would normally. I don't feel different from anyone else, except that I drive a racing car round in circles faster than somebody else.
I have been a huge fan of America, as I find their way of life there is pretty unique, and I have enjoyed a lot of good times over there.
With this type of thing there are always different opinions and mine is that it is impossible to blame either one of us. [on a crash with Heidfeld]
Somehow I have managed to delay looking old. In reality I have good genes.
In football, I need full concentration even though I really enjoy it.
If you're lucky enough to be famous, then it's great if you can use your fame and the power your fame gives you to draw attention to things that really matter.