Officially labeled 'The greatest driver Formula One has ever seen', Schumacher has redefined this elite sport through his ability, dedication, media presence and appeal. The first German to ever win the Formula One World Championship, Michael Schumacher is revered and single-handedly credited with popularizing this sport in his country and beyond.This is an objective look at Schumacher's journey, and the ongoing impact of his contribution to Formula One.

Muhammad Ali the boxer was also an Olympic Gold medalist and the first to win the linear heavyweight title three times. Muhammad Ali the star was a jive-talking showman who had reporters eating out of his hands, always wondering what he was going to say next. Muhammad Ali the humanitarian gave cause to his countrymen to find their place in the world. Ali grew up in Louisville, Kentucky as Cassius Clay Jr, and started boxing at an early age. Working on his fitness he’d run beside the school bus rather than catch it, and spar under an old cedar tree in his front yard. He took up boxing so that he would be ready if he ever caught up with the thieves who stole a treasured bicycle. But boxing became so much more to him than just a way to get revenge or defend himself.

Tiger Woods' talent began to show at an astonishingly early age, having had a golf club put in his hand at just three years old by his parents, who clearly had lofty ambitions for their young son. He managed to not only reach those heights but exceed them, and regularly names his father as one of his mentors and guiding lights.  Winning the Junior World Championships six times, Woods, at fifteen, became the youngest ever Junior Amateur Champion. 

Zinedine Zidane loves football. Even after a stellar career spanning 20 years, he admits to still being in the thrall of the game he started playing as a disadvantaged youth In Marseilles, France. In many ways his childhood helped him prepare for the pressures of the world game. It taught him to dream; and to not give up on that dream when the going got tough. However, it also provided him with his Achilles heel – his quick temper, which seemed out of character with the normally docile young player. He seemed unable to back down after being provoked, which eventually lead to him earning the dubious honor of becoming the first player to be sent off during extra time in a World Cup Final.

The story of this victorious automobile could not be complete without a close-up look at the man who was most responsible for achieving its many elusive accolades during the Golden Age of Professional Sports Car Racing, Henri Chemin.

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