BERLIN: Michael Schumacher, Germany s retired seven-time Forumla One champion, says he is not interested in a return to motor racing in any form at the moment but admits he may feel different in a couple of years. The 37-year-old Schumacher had his 249th and final race on Sunday when he finished fourth in the Brazilian Grand Prix and is not thinking of putting the overalls on again. I can only answer questions on whether I would return to motor sport on how I feel at the moment and as it stands I am not interested in returning, Schumacher said in bi-weekly magazine SportBild.
However Niki Lauda s comeback and Mika Hakkinen s return to the German Touring Car Championship happened after a certain time.
I am not a 100 percent certain what will happen in two or three years.
Austria s three-time Formula One champion Lauda quit Formula One in 1979 but returned in 1981 while Finn Hakkinen quit Formula One in 2001 but returned to racing in 2005 at the German Touring Car Championship.
Schumacher has vowed to spend time with his family after devoting 16 years to Formula One and said one of his ambitions was to go swimming with whales.
We will go somewhere on holiday as a family. I will experience personal things that I will cherish as they were too short in the past, Schumacher explained.
I always wanted to go swimming with whales. I have never managed to do that because I was been in the wrong place at the wrong time. Now I have the time to travel to where the whales are.