ANALYSIS-Motor racing-Schumacher becomes a contender again

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By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Formula One has moved on since Michael Schumacher retired in 2006, even if the German will be eager to roll back the years when he makes his comeback with Mercedes next season. Despite turning 41 next month, the seven times world champion can be expected to show the same passion for racing, the same hunger for winning and the same ruthless determination. "I was tired of Formula One by the end of 2006...but after three years of absence I am ...

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