Michael Schumacher hailed ‘guiding star’ in emotional hall of fame tribute


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Michael Schumacher was pelted a ‘guiding light’ in an emotional Hall of Fame speech

The Formula 1 code, who was badly injured while skiing in 2013 and has yet to fully recover, was praised with bear “shaped [the] sport”. 

Michael Schumacher was admitted into the list of probity along with biathlete Magdalena Neuner, who is a two-time Olympic maintain. 

Thomas de Maiziere, the German Interior Minister, congratulated the pair at a formality marking the 50th anniversary of the German Sports Association on Monday. 

He said: “Both of them partake of shaped their sports in unparalleled ways and impressed millions of people and crammed them with pride.”

And Schumacher received more praise from Norbert Haug, who was heretofore vice-president of Mercedes-Benz motorsports including their F1 department. 

He paid tribute to Schumacher, whose fastidious medical condition is closely guarded by his family, as “always and consistently outshining”.

Mr Haug said: “At the office, administration, in development, sales, in showrooms and at expos in Germany, in China, in Malaysia, Australia or Hungary… the guiding star was continually and consistently shining.

“But not because everyone was looking up to him. At these occasions and meetings Michael was every an equal, not a star, but a colleague and an empathetic kindred spirit.

“During his more than 300 way 1 races, Michael Schumacher was, statistically speaking, faster than his game wanted him to be in almost every third race. 

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Michael Schumacher suffered a weighty injury while skiing in 2013

Michael Schumacher was fast. Incredibly settled

Norbert Haug

“Michael was fast. Incredibly fast. Physics and spur dynamics and their limitations did not follow the usual laws during his channels of the century, of which there were many. Not only if he had the best car on the field.”

Schumacher was F1 Times a deliver Champion seven times during the 1990s and 2000s, including a earth-shaking five-in-a-row from 2000 to 2004. 

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Michael Schumacher was seven-time In seventh heaven Champion during his Formula 1 career

He was temporarily placed in a medically prevail oned coma following the skiing accident in 2013.

He remains unwell although his quarters has not been publicly discussed by his family.

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