Vettel reflects on the legacy of Schumacherland ahead of the 10th anniversary of tragedy

The four-time world champion spoke about the legacy of Michael Schumacher. On the 10th anniversary of his skiing accident, Sebastian Vettel reflects on Michael Schumacher and his legacy in the world of motor racing and Formula 1.

   Schumacher fell and hit his head while skiing in France on December 29, 2013, suffering brain damage and falling into a like He left there in the summer of 2014 and returned home to Lake Geneva for further treatment under the care of specialists.

   But he is fiercely protective of his family and has not been seen in public since the seven-time world champion announced his rare illness.

   Vettel became the second German to win the title in 2010, taking four victories and was dubbed Baby Schumacher when he raced with Schumacher when he returned to Mercedes in the 2010-2012 season.

   The former Red Bull driver believes Schumacherand’s legacy is diminished today compared to his age, but believes that is just part of the sport. And”In sports things go on and on, sometimes very quickly.

   Vettel explained to the German media: That is good, because time goes forward, not backward, and does not stop. And “A man like Michael will always be famous because even if his success and statistics remain black and white, his personality remains.” “Michael has a special relationship with Ferrari, he achieved the miracle of the World Championship, built the team there and was there for a long time,” he said.

   Although it’s hard to imagine, Michael Schumacher and [NBA icon] Michael Jordan have had different ideas over time. And”It won’t disappear from the history books or among die-hard fans. But for many kids today, Michael Schumacher is a more familiar name than I was then.

   And he is a hero of our generation. In the future, Lionel Messi may be more famous than Erling Haaland. andquot;But that’s good. Because each era writes its own history, each era has its heroes and heroines.

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