Like China? Sorry, I can't name more, because in so many races Schumi collided with someone and lost front wing, crashed or spun, so there are very few clean and normal races left to compare.
Schumacher collisions shouldn't stop you from naming more races. There are web pages that have all lap times recorded from each race. You should look at that and make comparison.
Should we consider China as a clean race? Rosberg had less fuel in his car and didn't start to save fuel until last 10-15 laps. So, he drove 3/4 of race with less fuel than Schumacher.
But let's take it as a clean and normal race.
Schumacher and Rosberg had 5 clean and normal races. Malaysia, China, Spain, India and Abu Dhabi. Result is MSC 3 - NR 2.
You will probaly disagree and find some silly reasons to support your theory.
Also, funny thing. If Schumacher was so poor compared to Rosberg (huge qualy gap, big race pace difference) and had all that collisions, broken FW, crashed and spuned a lot and also retired from 5 races, how come that he was only 13 points behind Rosberg at the end of season?
The question was "who is Jacques Villeneuve?". How Senna or Prost are relevant to that ?
OK, read carefully what you wrote. Concentrate on underlined part.
"1997 Formula 1 World Champion. Who can forget Michael Schumacher hitting Villeneuve on purpose during last Grand Prix that year, for which he was disqualified and excluded from Championship. Move unanimously condemned in F1 paddock and by all reasonable F1 fans.
Schumacher was condemned, but Prost and specially Senna were heroes. Similar things, double standard.
Answer on question "who is Jacques Villeneuve?" is, like you wrote, 1997 Formula 1 World Champion. Good and true answer.
But after that you simply couldn't resist, as it is in your troll-Schumacher hating nature, and you wrote two more sentences that had absolutly no other intention than to provoke. How were those two sentences relevant to question "who is Jacques Villeneuve?"?
If someone asks me "who is Alex Wurz?", should I answer "former F1 driver" and "David Coulthard tried stupid overtaking move on him and almost cut off his head"?
Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing, 2010 and 2011 champions.
F1 started back in 1950. Could you name QWDC and QWCC for every year?