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Today's featured list is a section included on the Main Page on Mondays and on Fridays, in which an introduction to one of Wikipedia's featured lists is displayed. The current month's queue can be found here. The lists appearing on the Main Page are scheduled by the featured list director, currently Giants2008.

To be eligible to appear on the Main Page, a list must already be featured. For more information on the featured list promotion process, please see the featured list candidates, as well as the featured list criteria. In addition, a blurb is drafted, introducing the subject of the list. Blurbs are roughly 1,000 characters in length, with no reference tags, alternate names or extraneous boldface type, although a link to the specified featured list should be emboldened; a relevant picture is also usually included with the blurb. The previous three lists that were featured on the Main Page appear along the bottom, in reverse chronological order. You can submit a list to be scheduled at the submissions page.

At the moment, lists are scheduled by the featured list director or by the featured list delegates, although we will eventually be devising a community-based system for selecting each day's list. We encourage editors to submit and to review as many blurbs as possible. If you notice a problem with an upcoming featured list to appear on the Main Page, please leave a message at the Main Page errors page or here.

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From the previous featured list (Monday, June 27)

Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher

Michael Schumacher, a German racing driver, has won 91 Grand Prix races in his career. Schumacher entered Formula One with the Jordan racing team in 1991, qualifying seventh in his debut race at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix. His first Grand Prix win came the following year at the same venue. At the 2001 Belgian Grand Prix, Schumacher won his 52nd Grand Prix, breaking Alain Prost's record for the most career Grand Prix wins. His 2002 season, in which he was on the podium in every race, included eleven race victories. The latter broke the record for the most wins in a single season. Schumacher surpassed this with thirteen race victories in 2004. The majority of his race victories were for the Ferrari team, with 72. His most successful circuit was Magny-Cours, where he won eight times in his career. Schumacher's largest margin of victory was at the 1994 Brazilian Grand Prix, a race in which he lapped the field, and his smallest margin of victory was at the 2000 Canadian Grand Prix, when he beat his teammate Rubens Barrichello by 0.174 seconds. (Full list...)

From the next featured list (Friday, July 1)

Leeteuk during a public broadcast of Kiss the Radio, 2009
Leeteuk during a public broadcast of Kiss the Radio, 2009

South Korean singer-songwriter, television host and actor Leeteuk made his screen debut in 2000 on All About Eve with a bit part. After joining Super Junior in 2005, he began appearing in shows related to his group — firstly Super Junior Show on KM and horror mockumentary Mystery 6. Expanding his repertoire, he started presenting soon after. His first stint as a host was on Mnet's M! Countdown between 2005–08. He rose to prominence as a host on Strong Heart, winning the Best Newcomer Award (Variety) and Excellence Talk Show Award in the 3rd and 5th SBS Entertainment Awards respectively. Events he has hosted include the Golden Disc Awards, Dream Concert, and the Idol Star Athletics Championships since 2015. He has acted in series and films such as Attack on the Pin-Up Boys, Dream High, Salamander Guru and The Shadows, and Secret Queen Makers. While serving in the military, he was the recipient of the Newcomer Award for his portrayal of Miss Kim for The Promise at the 7th Daegu International Musical Festival. (Full list...)