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LONDON - Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher's return to Ferrari will be an education for some F1 rivals, Bernie Ecclestone said yesterday.
"I think he's going to give one or two of them a driving lesson," the F1 supremo said.
The 40-year-old German is poised to return to the track at the European Grand Prix in Valencia on August 23 in place of Ferrari's injured driver Felipe Massa. The Brazilian is recovering from a fractured skull after being hit by a spring before crashing during qualifying for the Hungary Grand Prix last month.
"He obviously wouldn't have decided to come back unless he thought he was going to be competitive and Michael is a competitive guy," Ecclestone said.
"I think it was (Ferrari president) Luca di Montezemolo who convinced him."
The surprise return of F1's most successful driver, who retired at the end of 2006, will provide intrigue ahead of the race in Spain.
His comeback will see McLaren's current world champion Lewis Hamilton, as well as Red Bull's title contender Sebastien Vettel, race for the first time against the man who dominated the sport for a decade.
Schumacher's preparations were hampered on Monday by the Red Bull and Williams teams, who have opposed Ferrari's request to let the German test in Massa's F60 car prior to Valencia.
F1 regulations do not allow track testing during the season, though Schumacher completed 70 laps in a 2007 version Ferrari at Mugello, near Florence last Friday. - Reuters