He’s back!

Michael Schumacher is all set to make a Formula One comeback at the Euro GP in three weeks.

Schumacher has agreed with Ferrari bosses to replace the injured Felipe Massa, providing the seven-time world champion is declared race fit.

Michael had a motorbike accident earlier in the year, so Ferrari want to check there aren’t any physical problems before officially announcing him and getting him in the F60.

A car he hasn’t ever driven, and due to the testing ban this year, one he won’t drive until Friday practice in Valencia.

A day that we’re already looking forward to, as are many of you, and no doubt so are many of the drivers.

Lewis Hamilton has said in the past that Michael is an idol of his, and he always wanted to race against the Ferrari legend.

Now it looks like he’ll get his chance.

One man who probably isn’t looking forward to Big Schu’s return though, is fellow Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen.

Imagine if the German steps into the car and destroys Kimi’s lap times straight off the bat?

That will not look good for the Finn.

But anyway, what do you think’s going to happen?

One thing looks likely at least, and that is Schumacher closong out the season with Ferrari, while Felipe recovers.

And Michael’s been known to be quite handy when it comes to developing a car and squeezing every 100th out of it…

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