Michael Schumacher is a well-known German former racing driver.
He raced in Formula One for teams such as Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari, and Mercedes. Schumacher shares the record for most World Drivers’ Championship titles won, with seven (equal to Lewis Hamilton).
When he retired from racing in 2012, Schumacher held the records for most wins (91), pole positions (68), and podium finishes (155), although some of these have since been surpassed by Hamilton. Among other achievements, he still holds the record for fastest laps with 77.
How old is Michael Schumacher?
Michael Schumacher was born on 3 January 1969 in Hürth, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany. Michael Schumacher’s age is 55 years.
Michael Schumacher’s parents were Rolf Schumacher and Elisabeth Schumacher.
Michael Schumacher has two siblings- Ralf Schumacher and Sebastian Stahl. Michael Schumacher’s nationlaity is German.
Who is Michael Schumacher Wife?
Michael Schumacher is a married man. Michael Schumacher wife is Corinna Schumacher. She is a German animal rights activist and champion equestrian.
Michael Schumacher and Corinna Schumacher married in 1995. The couple is still married.
Michael Schumacher and his wife have two children- Mick Schumacher and Gina-Maria Schumacher.
Michael Schumacher career
Michael Schumacher was known for his ability to push his car to the limit for long periods of time during races, starting a phenomenal fitness routine and motivating the teams around him. He, along with his younger brother Ralf, holds the unique distinction of being the only siblings to win a race in Formula One and the first siblings to finish first and second in the same race, a feat he did in the following four races. Achievement achieved.
In December 2013, Michael Schumacher suffered a serious brain injury in a skiing accident. He remained in a medically induced coma until June 2014. After leaving Grenoble Hospital, he continued rehabilitation at Lausanne University Hospital before returning home for private medical treatment and rehabilitation in September 2014.
As UNESCO Champion for Sport, Schumacher actively participated in humanitarian projects and generously contributed millions of dollars to charitable causes.