There is no denying that Michael Schumacher’s return to Grand Prix Racing has been quite disappointing.
So far, he has been comprehensively outshone and outperformed by his younger teammate, Nico Rosberg, and has appeared clumsy on many occasions.
But a quick look at the Belgian Grand Prix is enough to show that Michael still has what it takes to stir up the F1 world.
It is obviously easier to assert this after an inspiring drive that saw him rise from the back of the grid to finish an astonishing fifth.
Formula 1 is nonetheless better off with the German legend on the grid. Here is why: