Here's the deal; Ferrari's current F1 race-driver Felipe Massa was involved in a 120 mph tire- barrier crash. Massa received multiple skull fractures, but will be recovering and coming back to F1 next season. Nonetheless, Ferrari still have several races left, and they need a substitute driver immediately. Luckily, Ferrari do have the right man!
Ferrari announced that Ferrari's 7-time Formula-One champion Michael Schumacher will make a return for Ferrari F1 Team to replace Massa for the rest of the season. Schumacher will race in the European Grand Prix on Aug. 21-23 in Valencia, Spain. “Though it is true that the Formula One chapter has long been closed for me, it is also true that for team loyalty reasons I cannot ignore that unfortunate situation,” Schumacher said. “But as the competitor I am, I also very much look forward to facing this challenge.”
We really look forward to see Schu will be racing all the new F1 champions from Hamilton and Alonso. Although Schumacher is in his mid 40s, and the rest of the drivers are a lot younger, he surely has what it takes.
Source : [Ferrari via BBC Sport, F1-Live, and Sports Illustrated]