Michael Schumacher Career Achievements 'Keep Fighting' Mini Poster - Red
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Capture the essence of Formula 1 greatness with this limited edition Michael Schumacher mini poster. Featuring an iconic image of the legendary driver and an inspiring message, it's a tribute to his seven world championships and 91 race victories for Ferrari and Mercedes. This exclusive 2023 poster is a must-have for any motorsports enthusiast, with its high-quality paper and perfect size for framing. Celebrate the incredible accomplishments of one of the world's greatest drivers and find inspiration every day with this exclusive wall art.
Since his retirement in 2012, Michael Schumacher continues to be hailed as one of the most revered Formula One™ drivers in history, if not the absolute greatest. With an impressive tally of seven Formula One™ World Championship victories, he has rightfully earned this distinction. Making his debut at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, he swiftly established himself as a formidable force, securing his first two World Drivers' Championship titles in 1994 and 1995 while racing for Benetton. Following his move to Ferrari, he went on to claim five more consecutive championships between 2000 and 2004. He is an esteemed figure among the current F1 drivers, serving as an icon and an inspiration to a whole generation of automotive enthusiasts. In the words of Michael Schumacher himself, "I have always maintained the belief that one should never, under any circumstances, surrender and instead persistently fight, even in the face of the slightest chance of success." (Michael Schumacher, 2007)
Why you should collect this rare F1™ Legends Poster? Schumi's accident occurred on December 29, 2013. He was skiing in the French Alps near the Meribel ski resort with his son Mick when he hit his head on a rock while descending an off-piste area. He was wearing a helmet at the time, which likely mitigated some of the impact. However, the force of the accident still caused severe head injuries. Schumacher was immediately airlifted to a nearby hospital and underwent emergency surgery to reduce swelling and remove a blood clot from his brain. He remained in a coma for several months and was later transferred to a specialized rehabilitation clinic. Since then, Schumacher's medical condition has been kept private, and updates on his health have been limited.
Acquire this poster and you'll possess a remarkable fragment of the legendary figure's legacy.