Michael Schumacher is the most successful Formula 1 driver of all time with seven world titles (two with Benetton, five with Ferrari) and 91 wins to his name.
The German originally quit Formula 1 at the end of 2006 after 11 years with Ferrari but he returned with Mercedes after a three-year break in 2010. In 2012 he made the podium at the European Grand Prix at the age of 43 before retiring from top-flight racing for good.
Schumacher has continued appearing at the Race Of Champions, however. During his original break from racing he appeared at three ROC events, beginning a run of success in the ROC Nations Cup with Sebastian Vettel at Wembley in 2007. Further glory at Beijing's Olympic Stadium, Düsseldorf's Esprit Arena and Bangkok's Rajamangala Stadium took that run to six successive titles.
2000: Wins first of five straight championships for Ferrari
1994: First F1 world title for Benetton
1991: 2nd in All-Japan F3000 Championship
1990: 5th in Sports-Protype World Championship
1990: German Formula 3 Champion
1988: German Formula König Champion
1987: European Kart Champion
1987: German Senior Kart Champion
1984 & 85: German Junior Kart Champion
2012: ROC Nations Cup Winner for Germany with Sebastian Vettel for record 6th consecutive year, ROC semi-finalist
2011: ROC Nations Cup Winner for Germany with Sebastian Vettel, ROC semi-finalist
2010: ROC Nations Cup Winner for Germany with Sebastian Vettel