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GP Week : Issue 57
> F1NEWS> ack ... eating not afforded the same possibility and it remains unlikely that a similar request will be made for Romain Grosjean to familiarise himself with the R29 before he replaces Nelson Piquet at Renault. And yet a seven-time world champion may yet be afforded such a luxury … In a week in which a major manufacturer decided to quit the sport and, at the same time, an agreement was reached to secure the future of Formula 1, it is Michael Schumacher who is making all the headlines. Regardless of whether Renault and thus Alonso are permitted to race in Valencia, it is sure to be a sell-out as Schumacher prepares to do battle with a new generation of drivers. The likes of Sebastian Vettel and reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton have never raced against the legendary Schumacher, and Hamilton for one is looking forward to the prospect. “Michael is one of the sport’s greatest competitors and a legend in his own right and it would be great to compete against him,” he said. “The whole world will be watching his return to the cockpit in Valencia and it will not only be fascinating to see how he readies himself for his Grand Prix comeback but also an honour and a privilege to race against him for the very first time. I wish him well.” 5