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10th January 2010

Michael Schumacher ‘suprised’ by Mercedes’ motivation for Formula One

• Former Brawn team ‘hungry for more’ success
• German driver visits headquarters in Bracknell

Michael Schumacher said he was very impressed by Mercedes’ preparations for the new Formula One season, ­following a visit to the team’s headquarters in Bracknell.

Schumacher, who won a record seven Formula One titles before retiring three years ago, is returning to grand prix racing at the age of 41, He said he was “surprised” by how motivated his new team were during his two-day visit.

The German driver said the former Brawn GP team did not “seem to be spoilt by success at all” and seemed “to be hungry for more”. Jenson Button, who has since moved to McLaren, won the drivers’ world title for Brawn last year.

Schumacher said the purpose of the visit was to discover how the team works and to get to know the engineers. © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

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