The former F1 world champion suffered a serious skiing accident nine years ago on Thursday 29 December.
This Thursday, 29 December, marks the ninth anniversary of Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident that changed his life forever.
As a result of a fall onto a rock in the French ski resort of Meribel, the legendary German driver suffered serious head injuries.
His life was clearly in danger at the time, but he managed to survive even though he was in a coma for a long time. Since then, he has suffered from poor health and has not been seen in public.
Due to his family’s desire to preserve the privacy of a driver who won seven world championships and led Ferrari to its most glorious era, little is known about his physical condition.
A cruel irony is that Schumacher did not suffer his life-changing injury on an F1 track, but rather in a ski resort in the French Alps. He was 44 years old when the accident occurred.
Michael’s wife Corinna and children Mick and Gina have spoken about him occasionally, but they don’t speak much about his health.
Netflix’s self-titled documentary revealed the biggest news from the family.
“I miss Michael every day, but it’s not just me,” Corinna told the camera.
The children, his family, his father, everyone around him are to blame.
Everyone misses Michael, but he’s here. He’s different, but he’s here, and I find that gives us strength.