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Michael Schumacher

Knowledge Identifier: +Michael_Schumacher


Michael Schumacher

German Formula One racing driver add

Category: Auto racing

Born in 1969.

Countries: (25%), United Kingdom (17%), Germany (13%)

Main connections: Formula One, Scuderia Ferrari, Heinz-Harald Frentzen

Linked to: Scuderia Ferrari, Ford Motor Company, Sauber, Petronas




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Michael Schumacher was born in 1969 add something


Ferrari had previously come close to the championship in 1982 and 1990 add something


Schumacher's surprise re-entry to the sport was compared to Niki Lauda's return in 1982 aged 33 and Nigel Mansell's return in 1994 at age 41 add something


From 1984 on, Schumacher won many German and European kart championships add something


He joined Eurokart dealer Adolf Neubert in 1985 and by 1987 he was the German and European kart champion, he quit school and began working as a mechanic add something


In 1988 he made his first step into single-seat car racing by participating in the German Formula Ford and Formula König series, winning the latter add something


In 1989, Schumacher signed with Willi Weber's WTS Formula Three team add something


Heinz-Harald Frentzen - The next step was the German Formula 3 Championship in 1989, where Frentzen competed against many future stars including Michael Schumacher and Karl Wendlinger


At the end of 1990, along with his Formula 3 rivals Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Karl Wendlinger, he joined the Mercedes junior racing programme in the World Sports-Prototype Championship add something


Funded by Weber, he competed in the German Formula 3 series, winning the title in 1990 add something


The team had suffered a disastrous downturn in the early 1990s, partially as its famous V12 engine was no longer competitive against the smaller, lighter and more fuel efficient V10s of its competitors add something


Karl Wendlinger - Driving the Sauber-Mercedes C11 - alongside Michael Schumacher, Heinz-Harald_Frentzen, Mauro Baldi and Jean-Louis Schlesser - the quintet managed to achieve fifth place in the 1990 World Sportscar Championship standings


Mika Hakkinen - Häkkinen was close to winning the 1990 Macau Grand Prix but missed out due to a controversial accident with Michael Schumacher, which resulted in his promotion to Formula One with Team Lotus


Gerhard Hennige - In the 1990s, he served as the conditioning coach for Formula One racer Michael Schumacher


Pneumatic valve springs - Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost, Michael Schumacher, Damon_Hill and Jacques Villeneuve each won a Driver's championship in the 1990s with Renault engines


Italian Grand Prix - Over the past two decades, only three drivers have won the Italian Grand Prix and gone on to win the world championship in the same year: Ayrton Senna in 1990, Michael Schumacher in 2000 and 2003 and Sebastian Vettel in 2011


A year later, ex-Benetton employees Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn, who had been Technical Director at Benetton since 1991, and who were one of the key members behind Schumacher's title successes with the team in 1994 and 1995, decided to join Schumacher at Ferrari add something


After one Mercedes-funded race for the Jordan Formula One team Schumacher signed as a driver for the Benetton Formula One team in 1991 add something


He won three races, more than the team's total tally for the period from 1991 to 1995 add something


Ross Brawn - Later in 1991 Brawn returned to F1 as technical director of the Benetton team, helping it win consecutive World Drivers' Championships in 1994 and 1995 with Michael Schumacher, and to take the World Constructors' Championship in 1995


He finished third in the Drivers' Championship in 1992 with 53 points, three points behind runner-up Patrese add something


Belgian Grand Prix - In 1992 German up-and-comer Michael Schumacher won his first of 91 Grand Prix victories in a Benetton


Adrian Newey - In 1992, there would be no problems, and with dominance of the sport not repeated until the Ferrari / Schumacher age, Mansell took the drivers' crown and Newey secured his first constructors' title


Mecachrome - Renault engines powered Williams and Benetton to six consecutive Constructors' World Championships between 1992 and 1997, and five Drivers' titles with Nigel Mansell , Alain Prost , Michael Schumacher , Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve


South African Grand Prix - The 1992 event was dominated by Mansell and the 1993 running saw an intense battle between Prost, Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher, with Prost taking victory


French Grand Prix - Such highlights of Magny-Cours's time hosting the French Grand Prix include Prost's final of 6 wins on home soil in 1993, and Michael Schumacher's clinch of the 2002 championship, and the French Grand Prix was only the 11th race of the season


Riccardo Patrese - While Williams continued to dominate F1 in 1993, Patrese found it difficult to live with his new team-mate Michael Schumacher and before the end of the season Benetton informed Patrese that he was "free to seek an alternate drive"


He left Benetton a year before his contract with them expired; he later cited the team's damaging actions in 1994 as his reason for opting out of his deal add something


His career has not been without controversy, including being twice involved in collisions in the final race of a season that determined the outcome of the world championship, with Damon Hill in 1994 in Adelaide, and with Jacques Villeneuve in 1997 in Jerez add something


Johnny Herbert - Although he failed to score any points in 1994, he was retained as Michael Schumacher's team-mate for 1995


Steve Matchett - During this period Michael Schumacher won the Drivers' Championship in both 1994 and 1995 before leaving the team, moving to Ferrari the following year; while Matchett and his team won the Constructors' Championship in 1995


Bugatti - Perhaps the most famous Bugatti EB110 owner was seven-time Formula One World Champion racing driver Michael Schumacher who purchased an EB110 in 1994


Pacific Grand Prix - The inaugural Championship race in 1994 saw Michael Schumacher take an easy victory after Ayrton Senna was involved in a first corner accident with Mika Häkkinen and Nicola Larini


Roland Ratzenberger - On 1 May 1994, during the customary drivers' briefing, the remaining drivers agreed to the reformation of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association, with Senna, Gerhard Berger and Michael Schumacher as its first directors


At the end of 1995, though the team had improved into a solid competitor, it was still considered inferior to front-running teams such as Benetton and Williams add something


In 1995, Schumacher and Williams driver David Coulthard were disqualified for fuel irregularities, after a switch to Renault engines and Elf oils add something


In August 1995, Michael married Corinna Betsch add something


Jean Alesi - Alesi would never win another Formula One Grand Prix, although later in 1995 at Monza his right-rear wheel bearing failed while he was leading with 9 laps to go, at the European Grand Prix at the Nürburgring severely worn tyres broke his defence of the lead with two laps remaining and he was passed by Michael Schumacher


Jean Todt - At the end of the 1995 season, Todt asked the German double world champion Michael Schumacher to join the Scuderia


German Grand Prix - When the German Grand Prix was part of the Formula One calendar, a German driver did not win until 1995; Michael Schumacher won that year and has won 4 times in total; and his brother Ralf won in 2001


Eddie Irvine - On 27 September 1995, Irvine signed for Ferrari for 1996 to partner Michael Schumacher


During the initial part of the 1996 season, the car had had reliability trouble and Schumacher did not finish 6 of the 16 races add something


Schumacher finished third in the drivers' championship in 1996 and helped Ferrari to second place in the constructors' championship ahead of his old team Benetton add something


Rory Byrne - By the conclusion of the 1996 season Michael Schumacher was being given free rein at Ferrari to build a team of engineers capable of returning the team to the top of the sport after years of underperforming


Eddie Irvine - His reputation steadily increased in Formula One, eventually leading Ferrari to sign him to partner Michael Schumacher in 1996


Jean Alesi - When Benetton's Michael Schumacher joined Ferrari in 1996, Alesi and teammate Gerhard Berger swapped places with him


Gerhard Berger - With the arrival of Michael Schumacher at Ferrari in 1996, Berger moved back to Benetton, although the team lost the competitiveness of the previous years


Schumacher was disqualified from the 1997 WDC due to dangerous driving in the European Grand Prix, where he caused an avoidable accident with Jacques Villeneuve add something


The race stewards did not award any penalty, but two weeks after the race Schumacher was disqualified from the entire 1997 season after a FIA disciplinary hearing found that his "manoeuvre was an instinctive reaction and although deliberate not made with malice or premeditation add something


Damon Hill - During the race he passed championship contender Michael Schumacher on the track and was leading late in the race, well ahead of the eventual 1997 World Champion Villeneuve, when a hydraulic problem drastically slowed the Arrows


Giancarlo Fisichella - For 1997 he made the move to Eddie Jordan's eponymous team, where he drove alongside former F1 champion Michael Schumacher's brother Ralf, himself a former Formula Nippon champion


Gerhard Berger - The Benetton B197 had a lacklustre opening to the 1997 season at Melbourne but the team and Berger bounced back at the 1997 Brazilian Grand Prix, with Berger finishing second having overtaken Mika Häkkinen and Michael Schumacher


Canadian Grand Prix - The races from 1997 to 2004 saw a romp of Michael Schumacher victories, all in a Ferrari


The 1998 Canadian Grand Prix saw Schumacher accused of dangerous driving when his exit from the pit-lane forced Heinz-Harald Frentzen off the track and into retirement add something


Hungarian Grand Prix - The secret to a winning performance at Hungaroring, as well as qualifying well, is pit strategy, best demonstrated in 1998, where Michael Schumacher's Ferrari team changed his strategy mid-race before Schumacher put in one of his finest drives to build up a winning margin after all the stops had been made


Rumours circulated that Coulthard may be replaced by Schumacher for the 1999 season and beyond and, in a previous edition of the F1 Racing magazine, Ron Dennis revealed that he had approached Schumacher to sign a deal with McLaren add something


Canadian Grand Prix - In 1999, Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve all crashed into the same wall which had the slogan "Bienvenue au Québec" on it


Scuderia Ferrari - The leg injury of Michael Schumacher in 1999 reversed the roles however


Rubens Barrichello - After signing for Ferrari in 2000, team mate Michael Schumacher changed the colours of his helmet at the Monaco Grand Prix to avoid confusion, since the two drivers' original helmet colours were identical


Schuberth - Schuberth first entered Formula One in 2000 using the QF1 helmet worn by Nick Heidfeld, after designing a safer helmet in response to Michael Schumacher's accident at the 1999 British Grand Prix


BMW in Formula One - The following year saw the partnership move from the midfield to challenging for race victories, but the desired championship remained elusive due to the dominance of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari in the first half of the 2000s


He has received nominations for the 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007 awards add something


Michael and his younger brother Ralf Schumacher are the only brothers to win races in Formula One, and they were the first brothers to finish 1st and 2nd in the same race, in Montreal in 2001 add something


Brazilian Grand Prix - And treacherous track conditions caused multiple drivers to spin out of the race, including then-reigning World Champion Michael Schumacher, ending a remarkable run of race finishes dating back to the German Grand Prix 2001


Alain Prost - German Michael Schumacher broke Prost's record of 51 Grand Prix wins during the 2001 season


Hungarian Grand Prix - In 2001, Michael Schumacher equalled Alain Prost's record 51 Grand Prix wins at the Hungaroring, in the drive which secured his 4th World Title which matched Prost's career tally


Lewis Hamilton - In 2001, Michael Schumacher made a one-off return to karts and competed against Hamilton along with other future F1 drivers Vitantonio Liuzzi and Nico Rosberg


Australian Grand Prix - The 2001 event, won by Michael Schumacher, was marked by tragedy when 52-year-old volunteer marshal Graham Beveridge was killed after a high-speed accident involving Ralf Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve on lap five


He won the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award twice, in 2002 and 2004 for his performances in the and seasons respectively add something


In 2002 he became the only driver in Formula One history to finish in the top three in every race of a season and broke the record for most consecutive podium finishes add something


Ferrari FXX - A black unstriped Ferrari FXX, owned by Michael Schumacher, was exhibited on the BBC's "Top Gear" show on 21 June 2009


Nick Heidfeld - Heidfeld became the first driver to finish every single race in a season since Michael Schumacher in 2002


Peugeot 206 - In 2002, Grönholm – despite now being paired in the factory line-up with defending 2001 champion from Subaru, the Briton Richard Burns – led Peugeot to a repeat of the WRC title double aboard his 206 WRC. His dominance that year was compared to Michael Schumacher's dominance of Formula One


Austrian Grand Prix - The 2002 event received negative publicity after Ferrari instructed Rubens Barrichello to cede his victory to Michael Schumacher


Scuderia Ferrari - The enforced and deliberate swapping of places reminded many fans of the 2002 incident where Rubens Barrichello was asked to cede the lead of the Austrian Grand Prix to eventual winner Michael Schumacher, who invited Barrichello onto the first-place spot on the podium after gauging the spectators reaction, trying to soften the blow of the final result


He went on to take his first victory at the , in a wet race at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, which by 2003 he would call "far and away my favourite track" add something


On 23 June 2003, Schumacher was appointed as an Ambassador at Large for the Most Serene Republic of San Marino add something


Juan Manuel Fangio - His record of five World Championship titles stood for 45 years, until German driver Michael Schumacher took his sixth title in 2003


In 2004, "Forbes" magazine listed him as the 2nd highest paid athlete in the world add something


In 2004, a prototype was publicly tested by being driven over by a tank; it survived intact add something


Since 2004, the helmet sported a white diagonal line with a white vertical line in the zone of the German Flag colors , but these lines remained in the Suzuka 2006 design add something


Rory Byrne - By the end of the 2004 season, Byrne-designed Ferraris had secured 71 race victories, six consecutive constructors' titles and five consecutive drivers' titles for Michael Schumacher with a sustained level of dominance never before seen in the sport


Jeff Gordon - He was slated to run it again in 2004 against seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher but was sidelined by the flu, and Casey Mears took his place


Sebastien Loeb - In the 2004 season, Loeb dominated the WRC scene in a similar way to the Michael Schumacher domination of Formula One the same year, by winning six events and taking six runner-up spots to securely give him the drivers' title, 36 points clear of second-placed Solberg


Kimi Raikkonen - This equalled Michael Schumacher's 2004 record of ten fastest laps in a Formula One season


In 2005 "Eurobusiness" magazine identified Schumacher as the world's first billionaire athlete add something


Schumacher's sole win in 2005 came at the add something


Bahrain Grand Prix - Fernando Alonso won the second Bahrain Grand Prix for Renault in 2005, and became the first repeat winner of the Middle Eastern race in 2006 , after a thrilling race-long battle with Michael Schumacher


For the Brazilian Grand Prix race of 2006 , he wore an all-red helmet that included the names of his ninety-one Grand Prix victories add something


In a 2006 FIA survey, Michael Schumacher was voted the most popular driver of the season among Formula One fans add something


In honour of Schumacher's racing career and his efforts to improve safety and the sport, he was awarded an FIA Gold Medal for Motor Sport in 2006 add something


More recently other sources have estimated his net worth in 2006 somewhat lower, www add something


Schumacher retired from Formula One driving in 2006 staying with Ferrari as an advisor add something


The FXX was presented to Schumacher upon his retirement at Monza in 2006 add something


When Schumacher retired in 2006, three of the top ten drivers were German, more than any other nationality and more than have ever been present in Formula One history add something


While Schumacher was on the podium after winning the 2006 Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari issued a press release stating that he would retire from racing at the end of the 2006 season add something


It was revealed on 29 October 2006 that Ferrari wanted Schumacher to act as assistant to the newly appointed CEO Jean Todt add something


Ferrari FXX - A. and presented to Ferrari's F1 World Champion driver, Michael Schumacher, when he retired from Formula One racing at the end of 2006


Italian Grand Prix - After winning the 2006 Italian Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher announced his retirement from Formula 1 racing at the end of the 2006 season


Brazilian Grand Prix - For 2006 the Brazilian Grand Prix, as in 2004, was moved to the prestigious position of hosting the final round of the season, in what was Michael Schumacher's first farewell to Formula One, before his return for the 2010 Formula One season


Chinese Grand Prix - In 2006, the Chinese Grand Prix was won by Michael Schumacher - his last victory in Formula One.


Jacques Villeneuve - Massa was later drafted into Ferrari to support Michael Schumacher's 2006 campaign


Felipe Massa - His future position at Ferrari was secured when Michael Schumacher announced on 10 September 2006, he would retire from F1 at the end of the 2006 season


Jean Todt - On October 2006, 3 days after the end of the Formula One season and following the retirement of Michael Schumacher, he took up a new post as a Special Advisor for the Scuderia Ferrari


He was nominated for the Prince of Asturias award for Sport for 2007, which he won both for sporting prowess and for his humanitarian record add something


In 2007, former Ferrari top manager Ross Brawn said that Schumacher was very likely and happy to continue testing in 2008 add something


Schumacher's younger brother Ralf was a Formula One driver until the end of 2007 add something


On 13 November 2007 Schumacher, who had not driven a Formula One car since he had retired a year earlier, undertook a formal test session for the first time aboard the F2007 add something


He returned in December 2007 to continue helping Ferrari with their development program at Jerez circuit add something


Felipe Massa - Michael Schumacher and Luca Badoer joined the Brazilian contingent in 2007


Mattias Ekstrom - Ekström won his second DTM title in 2007 and went on to win the 2007 Race of Champions, beating Michael Schumacher in the individual finals


Heikki Kovalainen - In 2007, Kovalainen and Grönholm again made the Nations Cup final, where they lost to the German team of Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel


Sebastian Vettel - Vettel competed in the 2007 Race of Champions at Wembley Stadium, representing the German team alongside Michael Schumacher


Stefan Bellof - Today, he is often mentioned as Michael Schumacher's childhood racing idol, and during an interview for the January 2007 issue of the "911 and Porsche World" magazine, teammate Derek Bell felt Bellof's death was caused by lack of discipline in his driving style, and that the blame for his death lay with those around Bellof, including team personnel, who should have allowed him to mature


He focused on testing electronics and tyres for the 2008 Formula One season add something


In 2008 the Swiss Football Association appointed Schumacher as the Swiss ambassador for the 2008 European football championship add something


In 2008, Schumacher was the figurehead of an advertising campaign by Bacardi to raise awareness about responsible drinking, with a focus on communicating an international message 'drinking and driving don't mix' add something


A poll of 217 Formula One drivers conducted by the British magazine "Autosport" in 2009 named Schumacher the second-greatest F1 driver of all time, behind Ayrton Senna add something


Ferrari appealed for special permission for Schumacher to test in a 2009 spec car but Williams, Red Bull and Toro Rosso were against this test add something


Schumacher agreed to return for Ferrari part-way through 2009, as cover for the badly injured Felipe Massa, but was prevented by a neck injury add something


On 21 June 2009, Schumacher appeared on the BBC's motoring programme "Top Gear" as The Stig add something


As it became clear that Massa would be unable to compete in the next race at Valencia Schumacher was chosen as a replacement for the Brazilian driver and on 29 July 2009, Ferrari announced that they planned to draft in Schumacher for the and subsequent Grands Prix until Massa was able to race again add something


Ross Brawn had contacted Schumacher over a potential return to F1 with Mercedes involvement in November 2009, seeking a substitute for the possibly outgoing driver Jenson Button add something


On 23 December 2009 it was announced Schumacher would be returning to Formula One in the season alongside fellow German driver Nico Rosberg in the new Mercedes GP team add something


Sebastian Vettel - Again Vettel teamed up with Michael Schumacher for the 2009 RoC Nations Cup, which they went on to win in a run-off against the Great Britain team of Jenson Button and Andy Priaulx


Kart racing - In August 2009, in anticipation to a possible return to F1 with Ferrari, Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher did some preparation driving a kart in Lonato, Italy


Ross Brawn - In December 2009 seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher confirmed that the main reason he decided to come out of retirement and drive for Mercedes GP was because of Brawn

2010 identified the inherent understeer of the Mercedes car, exacerbated by the narrower front tyres introduced for the 2010 season, as contributing to Schumacher's difficulties add something


In 2010, his personal fortune was estimated at £515 million add something


Jenson Button shed some more light on Schumacher's car trouble when he confessed that the Mercedes 2010 car was designed for him, and that his driving style is poles apart from Schumacher add something


On 30 April 2010, Schumacher was honored with the Officier of Légion d'honneur title from French prime minister François Fillon add something


Eddie Jordan - Jordan has broken many stories before they were due to be confirmed; these include Lewis Hamilton's move to Mercedes, Michael Schumacher's return in 2010 and Felipe Massa's departure from Ferrari


Tony Carey - In 2010 it was announced that Tony Carey had formed a new musical racing project called EBC ROXX with Jürgen Blackmore & Ela. Their first single "Silver Arrows" was released in March 2010 and was written as the anthem to accompany the first race of Mercedes Formula 1 pilots Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg this season


The FIA subsequently banned "Team orders which interfere with the race result", but the ban was lifted for the 2011 season because the ruling was difficult to enforce add something


On 28 September 2012, it was announced that Lewis Hamilton would replace Schumacher at Mercedes for the season onwards, having signed a three-year deal to partner Nico Rosberg at the team add something


On 4 October 2012, Schumacher announced he would retire for a second time at the conclusion of the season add something


On 25 November 2012 he competed in his last Grand Prix in Brazil add something


Benito Guerra, Jr. - As of the 2012, PWRC champion Benito Guerra, Jr. is invited to participate in the 25th edition of the Race of Champions, from 14 to 16 December in Bangkok along with racing legends like Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel


Christian Vietoris - On 3 April 2012 Mercedes announced the revival of the Mercedes-Benz Junior Team that has guided several notable drivers in their racing careers like Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Karl Wendlinger and Michael Schumacher


Roberto Merhi - On 3 April 2012, Mercedes announced the revival of the Mercedes-Benz Junior Team that has guided several notable drivers in their racing careers like Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Karl Wendlinger and Michael Schumacher


Robert Wickens - On April 3, 2012, Mercedes announced the revival of the Mercedes-Benz Junior Team that has guided several notable drivers in their racing careers like Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Karl Wendlinger and Michael Schumacher


Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class - An Edition 1 version of the vehicle assembled by Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg was unveiled in on the "Night of the Stars" at the 2012 German Grand Prix, and went on sale in October 2012


On 29 December 2013, Schumacher was skiing with his son in Méribel in the French Alps when he fell and hit his head on a rock, sustaining a head injury add something


McLaren - Sergio Pérez replaced Hamilton for 2013, with Hamilton replacing Michael Schumacher at Mercedes


On 1 January 2014, three days after his accident, it was reported that Schumacher's condition was "critical but stable", and that he had shown some signs of improvement add something


As of 29 January 2014, Schumacher remained in a medically-induced coma add something


As of February 2014, Schumacher remains in a coma and in a critical but stable condition add something


As of March 2014, Schumacher remains in a coma and in a critical but stable condition add something


As of March 7, 2014, Schumacher remained in a coma and in a critical but stable condition add something


Schumacher was put into a medically induced coma due to suffering a traumatic brain injury and was maintained in that coma through March 7, 2014 add something


On 4 April 2014, Schumacher's agent reported that he was showing "moments of consciousness" as he was gradually withdrawn from the medically induced coma, adding to reports by relatives of "small encouraging signs" over the preceding month add something


By 16 June 2014, Schumacher had regained consciousness and left Grenoble Hospital for an undisclosed location, where he will continue extended rehabilitation add something


At the beginning of November 2014, Dr. Gary Hartstein, a former medical delegate for the F1 World Championship who has known Schumacher since his early racing days, was quoted as saying: "As time goes on it becomes less and less likely that Michael will emerge to any significant extent add something


On 13 November 2014, Schumacher was awarded the Millenium Trophy at the Bambi awards add something


Bahrain Grand Prix - Shortly after the Formula One February 2014 testing, Grand Prix organizers for Bahrain announced a decision to name the first corner of the iconic track after former seven-time champion German driver Michael Schumacher in honor of his achievements and in support after the driver suffered an almost fatal skiing accident late December 2013


Jules Bianchi - In the week beginning 13 October 2014, Bianchi's father is reported to have stated to Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport, that Jules' condition is "desperate", with doctors describing his survival as a miracle, and that he believes his son will succeed in the most important qualifying lap of his life, drawing hope from Michael Schumacher coming out of his coma


In a video interview released on May 2015, Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm said that his condition is slowly improving "always considering the severeness of the injury he had add something


In September 2016, Felix Damm, Schumacher's lawyer, told a German court that his client "cannot walk", in response to false reports from December 2015 in German publication "Die Bunte" that he could "walk a couple of steps" add something


In December 2016 Schumacher's manager stated that "Michael's health is not a public issue, and so we will continue to make no comment in that regard" add something


On 19 January 2019, Michael's son Mick Schumacher was announced as a driver for the Ferrari Driver Academy add something