F1: Ferrari Pays Tribute to its World Champion Michael Schumacher
Wednesday, the iconic Italian F1 team Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) paid tribute to Michael Schumacher on Wednesday as the former 7X world champion turned 49 anni.
“Today Michael turns 49, our thoughts are always with him. #Keepfighting #ForzaMichael,” the Italian stable wrote on its Twitter account, Scuderia Ferrari.
The retired racing ace, widely regarded as 1 of the greatest F1 drivers ever, suffered catastrophic brain injuries in a skiing accident in Y 2013 and has been receiving care at his home in Switzerland ever since.
Mr. Schumacher won 2 titles with Benetton in Y’s 1994 and 1995 before 5 straight world drivers’ titles with Ferrari between Y’s 2000 and 2004.
His records of seven titles, 91 career victories, most fastest laps (77) and most races won in a single season (13), remain unchallenged.
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