Netflix will be airing Michael Schumacher’s documentary series from September

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The online streaming platform said Friday that Netflix will air a documentary series on Formula One legend racer Michael Schumacher from September 15.

Netflix said that approved by his family, ‘Schumacher’ includes interviews with his wife and children, including F1 racer son Mick and other past and current drivers.

Michael Schumacher was born on 3 January at Hürth, North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany. When Schumacher was four years old, his father modified his pedal cart by attaching a small motorcycle engine. When Schumacher has collided with a lamp-post in Kerpen (Germany), Michael’s father and mother both took him to a karting track in Kerpen-Horrem (place in Germany), where Schumacher became the youngest member in the history of the karting club.




Michael Schumacher’s father soon made a kart for his son from some of the discarded parts, and at just six years of old, Michael Schumacher won his first club championship race. To support Michael’s racing interest, his father Rolf Schumacher started doing a second job on repairing trains and renting, while his wife also starts working in the track canteen. However, when Michael needed a new engine that cost 800 DM, his parents could not afford it; He was able to continue the race with the help of local traders.

Michael Schumacher now 52 years old who has won a record seven F1 titles since being equalized by Britain’s Lewis Hamilton, has not been seen in public after suffering a serious head injury in a skiing accident.

On December 29, 2013, a Formula One champion hit his head on a rock while skiing with his son and friends.

He was taken to Grenoble Hospital and underwent two surgical procedures. He was placed in a medically induced coma from which he emerged in June 2014. Since September 2014, Schumacher has been cared for in a conservatory on Lake Geneva and his family has strongly guarded his privacy.

Where is Michael Schumacher now?

The F1 Racer Michael Schumacher remains one of the most influential racing records in the history of F1 racing, but right now he is no longer number one, as the honor goes to the great British narrator Lewis Hamilton, who is now the game’s most accomplished driver. Mr. Schumacher withdrew from the sport eight years ago in 2013 as his most famous racer with unprecedented titles. That year, he suffered a serious injury while skiing in the Swiss Alps, and the public has had to do so ever since. Rely on unconfirmed updates about the racing legend recovering from his inner circle.

Michael Schumacher was supposed to celebrate his 52nd birthday on January 3, 2021, but he is hiding in the house after a tragic accident.

In December 2013, while on a skiing trip with his family, Schumacher and his son Mick going somewhere there Schumacher suffered a serious brain injury while descending from Combe de Saulire near Méribel in the French Alps.

While crossing an -f-piste area between Pistachio Chamois and Pistachio Moduit, he fell and hit his head on a rock.

Despite wearing a skiing helmet, he suffered serious injuries. Schumacher was rushed to a hospital in a coma after a tragic accident while doctors rescued the racing champion.

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