We saw the story and couldn't help write the headline but after a read it sounds like Schumacher and the rest of his race team were genuinely humbled to be in the Pope's presence as they presented him with a replica of their winning F1 car. Ferrari's president, Luca di Montezemolo, was on hand to do the honors and said they wanted to give the 1:5 scale model to Pope John Paul II in recognition of his work on human rights. Did we really run out of Pope jokes? Schumacher jokes too? He gave how much to tsunami relief? Never mind, guess this is a straight news post then.
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