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For All Intents and Purposes

The Monaco Grand Prix was another of dark episode in Michael Schumacher's long F1 career. Richard Barnes analyses the Monte Carlo incident and looks back at Schumacher's past mishaps

It was perhaps too much to ask that Formula One's most controversial figure, Michael Schumacher, would spend the final few years of his career under the sport's ethical radar and out of the controversy spotlight.

For three years following the team orders debacle at Austria 2002, Schumacher had raced cleanly and largely without any black marks against his name. Monaco 2006 marked a return to the bad old days of 1994 and Jerez 1997.

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