Although he is no longer racing, Michael Schumacher has a decorated record that is nearly impossible to match. Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes may overtake Schumacher in 2021, but the amount of silverware, fame, and adoration he has amassed makes him a legend and an icon. Perhaps he was destined for more, but his F1 career was cut short in 2013 due to a tragic, life-threatening accident. Schumacher stepped away from racing after suffering a serious injury while skiing in the Swiss alps, and the world received sporadic updates on his recovery. After ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ and ‘A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story,’ the German racer will now be a key figure in Netflix’s latest F1 content. The film, titled ‘Schumacher,’ is about the life and times of the seven-time World Drivers’ Champion.
Michael Schumacher still watches Formulа One rаces on TV аnd is mаking good progress in his recovery, аccording to former Ferrаri boss
Michаel Schumаcher is ‘not with us аt this time,’ but he will recover, аccording to former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone