One of the best ways to appreciate the talents of Formula 1 drivers is by watching awesome onboard videos from their careers.

Schumacher's F1 career was packed full of success, thrilling action and controversy
Schumacher’s F1 career was packed full of success, thrilling action and controversy

With seven world titles and 91 wins to his name, Michael Schumacher is the most successful Formula 1 driver of all time.

The all-round F1 legend achieved a hell of a lot between his debut for Jordan at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix and his final race at the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix.

Schumacher is one of the all-time greats in F1 and these onboard videos are further proof of that. Sit back, turn up the volume and enjoy watching the German driver push these F1 cars to the limit.

Full speed at Monza

Sit back, turn up the volume and watch these awesome laps of Monza by Schumacher from 2005.

Hot lap

Watch in awe as Schumacher storms to pole for the 2006 San Marino GP at Imola.

Quali mode

OK, so Schumacher didn’t take pole for the 2002 Canadian Grand Prix with either of these laps, but he got damn close and they’re great to watch.

Close to the walls

Monaco is one of the maddest race weekends of the year. The 2004 Monaco GP was far from ideal for Schumacher, but this was certainly one hell of a lap.

Classic footage

Here’s almost 15 minutes of footage from the 1992 Italian GP, where an inexperienced Schumacher bounced back from a poor start and early clash to finish third.

Maximum attack

Imola is a tricky track to master, but naturally Schumacher makes it look easy during practice in 1999.

Swift at Suzuka

Schumacher’s first season back in F1 in 2010 with Mercedes wasn’t as successful as many had hoped, but this lap at Suzuka was certainly pretty impressive.

Spa lap

The quality of this video isn’t all that great, but we love seeing Schumacher chuck his Ferrari around Spa-Francorchamps in 1997.

Dat sound

OK, so this one’s mainly for the glorious V10 soundtrack. But it’s also a pretty sweet lap as well.

In the wet

Schumacher was known for being a master of wet weather conditions, so it’s hardly surprising this Circuit Gilles Villeneuve lap in the rain looked damn awesome.