Michael Schumacher will once again be behind the wheel of an F1 car next week as he continues his testing duties for Ferrari. At testing in Barcelona earlier this month, the German driver showed he had lost none of his flair as he topped the timesheets on both of the days he tested.
However, fans will be sad to hear that Schumacher has no plans to return to Formula 1 racing Ferrari have said that his tests for the team were half for pleasure and half for technical reasons.
Ferrari are utilising the German s traction control skills Kimi Raikkonen has had limited F1 race experience without traction control, whilst Felipe Massa has never raced in F1 without traction control. Schumacher however has had extensive experience in Formula 1 cars without traction control and therefore can provide valuable insights to the team during testing.