Michael Schumacher

Though the tragic skiing accident in which he got severely injured had stunned the world, always as the audaciously daring, “The Greatest Driver” the sport has witnessed. Michael Schumacher is a legendary Athlete for extreme sports and his recklessly daring and bold attitude towards the game was always regarded as applauded. He is a retired racing driver of Germany who is a seven- time F1 World Champion, holding many record to his name of most race victories, fastest lap and pole positions.
His racing stats are unexceptionally impressive and will amaze anyone and he was the master of the wet circuits. For his bold performance and fabulous driving, he was also given names “the Red Baron”, and as “Regen Konig” or “Regen miester” for his stunning performance in wet races. He is the most popular F1 driver in the world and was one of the world’s popular and powerful Celebrity in the Forbes list in 2004. He loved all sorts of extremity in sports and used to Moto-Race, ski and drive so passionately. He lives a very private and normal life in Switzerland. He has made major humanitarian contribution to various organization and has promoted some “Road Safety” campaigns. He is also an ambassador of UNESCO.

He has been a major influence in promoting this extreme sport in his country. Now, the top German racers look to him as their role model and their inspiration. He became twice “Laureus World sportsman of the Year”. His accident in 2013 has resulted into him suffering from traumatic brain injury and paralysis. His achievements and performance will always be entered as legendary in pages of history.




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