Michael Schumacher: THE CANNIBAL
On his Formula 1 debut in 1991 to replace Bertrand Gachot, who was under arrest in London, Michael Schumacher immediately showed his pure class.
Sent into orbit by Benetton, winning 2 World titles for the team in 1994 and 1995, the German driver became a legend thanks to five consecutive world titles (2000-2004) with Ferrari, which he helped restore to its rightful place - namely, on top of the world. Statistics prove that Schumi was indisputably the greatest, a true Cannibal who aspired to break every record: 7 World Championships, 91 GP victories, 68 pole positions, 77 fastest laps, 155 podiums and 24.148 laps in the lead.
On all these occasions, without exception, he always drove cars equipped with Brembo braking systems, including his three-year comeback period 2010-2012 with Mercedes after his first retirement.