Michael Schumacher threw a table out of a window in crazy 2003 Japanese party

Michael Schumacher once threw a table out of a window while at a crazy party in Japan back in 2003.

Commonly known as one of the best Formula One drivers of all time, the German has won seven World Championship titles across his career.

He also holds an extraordinary number of records in the sport including most consecutive titles, most seasons with a win, most fastest laps in a season and most hat-tricks in a season.

But away from the driving seat, the legendary racer was not always the calm and collected man that led him to such an esteemed career.

Schumacher also had a party side while in the sport and no occasion epitomised that more than one wild night in Japan back in 2003.

That year saw the Ferrari driver clinch one of his toughest titles, battling with McLaren’s Kimi Raikkonen and Williams’ JP Montoya in a pulsating climax that went down to the wire.

Schumacher eventually made sure of the title by winning the Japanese Grand Prix and there were some wild celebrations.

The festivities were held in Toyota’s team garage as brother Ralf had convinced his team to allow Ferrari into the venue – who he would then go on to drive for in his career.

It did not take long before the Schumachers left a trail of destruction, throwing tables and chairs out of windows.

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  • Ralf had already launched a TV, before brother Michael jumped on a fork-lift truck.

    Fellow driver Olivier Panis also joined in on the carnage and pictures emerged of Schumacher donning a drink-stained shirt.

    The next morning, the Hurth-born star surprisingly looked a million dollars as he checked out of his hotel.

    He would go on to win the next year's championship at a much easier pace, beating Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button to the crown.

    Despite the wild antics, Ferrari revealed that their star man would not be punished for winning what was a record sixth title at the time.

    When asked if any action will be taken, a team spokesperson said: "Definitely not."

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