The son of seven-time Formulation 1 world champion Michael Schumacher has visited the museum dedicated to his father’s racing career, in Italy.
Formulation 2 driver Mick Schumacher, who’s 19, posted pictures on social media of his shuffle to the museum.
Ferrari unveiled the particular exhibition at their headquarters in Maranello on 3 January to trace vulnerable Ferrari driver Schumacher’s fiftieth birthday.
“Michael has a selected scheme in the history of Ferrari,” the body of workers talked about.
“The museum is adorned with pictures from the unforgettable years that the seven-time world champion gave to all at Ferrari.”
The German suffered crucial head injuries in a snowboarding accident in 2013 and has not been viewed in public since.
He is being treated at his dwelling in Switzerland, but little is identified about his restoration.
His family possess talked about he is “in the very easiest of arms”.
Mick Schumacher followed in his father’s footsteps by profitable the Formulation 3 championship final year, and has been selected for the Ferrari driver academy.
He’ll compete in Formulation 2 this year, with the Prema body of workers. He says joining Ferrari will again “extract no subject helps” him to total his “dream, racing in Formulation 1”.
Schumacher’s family possess released the Official Michael Schumacher App, which is a “virtual museum” of the driver’s achievements.
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