Sebastian Vettel puts Schumacher in the shade
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The single digit raised in celebration after every race win, accompanied by whoops of delight from the cockpit, has become a trademark gesture - and just as irksome for rivals as Schumacher's podium jump for joy in the early years of the century.
Schumacher was a boyhood hero and the two have forged a strong relationship away from the track, combining as a winning German partnership in the annual Race of Champions event.
The pair embraced after Sunday's race and Schumacher had earlier let his compatriot go through to take sixth place in the closing laps.
When I met him the first time, obviously I didn't know what to say because I didn't want to ask something stupid, Vettel recalled last week. (It's) very special the relationship we share and I think he will always be an inspiration for myself.
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