Posted November 22, 2012 on AP on Fox
Michael Schumacher's main goal entering his final Formula One race is to have some fun. The seven-time world champion will finish F1's most successful career at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday. He hopes to enjoy the moment without the pressure of doing well on the track. Schumacher retired for the first time in 2006, when he came to the season finale in Interlagos still fighting for the championship. Out of contention this time, the 43-year-old German driver is ''rather relaxed'' and says he comes to the Brazilian GP looking to ''take the best out of it and enjoy it as much as I can.'' Schumacher sums up his career as ''mostly 20 good years and lots of fun and lots of excitement.''
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