Michael Schumacher retired on the opening lap in his debut at the 1991 Belgian GP, but had turned heads by qualifying seventh.
1991 - Benetton B191 Ford
Michael Schumacher switched to Benetton for his second career race and scored points each time he finished for the rest of 1991.
1992 - Benetton B192 Ford
Michael Schumacher got his first race win while driving for Benetton in 1992.
1993 - Benetton B193 Ford
Michael Schumacher took another win in 1993 en route to finishing fourth in the points.
1994 - Benetton B194 Ford
Michael Schumacher won his first World Championship in 1994 racing for Benetton. His title fight with Williams driver Damon Hill went all the way down to the finale in Adelaide where it ended in a controversial collision.
1995 - Benetton B195 Renault
Michael Schumacher's second World Championship came in a much less controversial fashion driving in his final season for the Benetton team.
1996 - Ferrari F310
Michael Schumacher switched to Ferrari in 1996, with the highlight being his dominant win in the wet conditions in Spain.
1997 - Ferrari F310B
Michael Schumacher was disqualified in 1997 after colliding with title rival Jacques Villeneuve in the season finale.
1998 - Ferrari F300
Michael Schumacher won several races in 1998 but came up short in the championship fight to McLaren's Mika Hakkinen.
1999 - Ferrari F399
Michael Schumacher's season was cut short in 1999 after a frightening crash on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix that broke one of his legs.
2000 - Ferrari F1-2000
Michael Schumacher won his first World Championship for Ferrari and third overall in 2000. It was his first of five title wins in a row.
2001 - Ferrari F2001
Michael Schumacher won his second consecutive championship for Ferrari and his fourth overall in 2001.
2002 - Ferrari F2002
Michael Schumacher kept his World Championship winning streak alive in 2002 despite some controversial team orders from Ferrari.
2003 - Ferrari F2003-GA
Michael Schumacher had plenty of competition in 2003, but was still able to hold on and win his sixth title.
2004 - Ferrari F2004
Michael Schumacher's final World Championship title came in 2004. It was his seventh in total and fifth consecutive title with Ferrari.
2005 - Ferrari F2005
Michael Schumacher only won one race in 2005 after all of the cars racing on Michelin tires pulled out at the start of the United States Grand Prix.
2006 - Ferrari 248 F1
Michael Schumacher's final year with Ferrari came in 2006, where he left the sport at the end of the year for his first retirement. He finished second in the points to Fernando Alonso.
2010 - Mercedes GP W01
Michael Schumacher returned to Formula One where he raced for Mercedes, finishing ninth in the points and taking no wins, his worst season since his debut year of 1991.
2011 - Mercedes GP W02
Michael Schumacher continued to struggle behind the wheel of the Mercedes in 2011, again failing to return to the podium.
2012 - Mercedes AMG F1 W03
Michael Schumacher's F1 career came to a close at the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix. He was able to return to the podium and would have taken the pole in Monaco had he not have had to serve a grid penalty after an incident in Spain.