It’s been almost 3 years since the skiing accident of former Formula 1 (F1) champion Michael Schumacher. To celebrate the overwhelming support expressed by his fans over the years, his family recently launched a non-profit initiative called ‘Keep Fighting’.
Everyone is invited to visit the official Keep Fighting website and pick their favorite moment from the thousands of photos from the F1 driver’s career. This encompasses 2 decades in the sport where he has won 7 world championships, a feat no other F1 driver has done.
The selected photos will then be used to make a giant mosaic of F1 legend’s favorite and most crucial moment in his career – celebrating on the podium after winning his first Ferrari Championship at Suzuka, Japan back in 2000.
To recall, ex F1 driver Michael Schumacher struck his head on a rock while skiing with his son last December 29, 2013. The 7-time world champion was then airlifted to a hospital and underwent emergency surgery for serious head trauma. Then, he was placed under a medically induced coma. His family and people close the Schumacher family remained tight lipped regarding his recovery until this day.
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