6 July 2004

Ahead of today's F1 parade in London and this weekend's British Grand Prix, Autocar talks to the man who could be only two results away from a record seventh world title - Michael Schumacher. In an exclusive interview, the current doyen of the most competitive racing formula in the world answers the questions F1 fans all over the world have been dying to ask, about his feelings towards that crash, this championship, and what he will do afterwards.

Most surprisingly, he reveals how easy this championship has been; 'If necessary I could go faster,' he comments, 'but you don't get any extra points for being I-don't-know-how-many seconds in front.'

Read Schumacher's full interview in Autocar this week

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