Racing legend Michael Schumacher recently celebrated his 20<sup>th wedding anniversary with his wife Corrina and remains in the family home as he recovers from a horrible skiing accident in 2013.
A report by The Mirror cited that the family, which includes Corinna and their two children Mick and Gina, continues to maintain their privacy and keeps news releases about Michael’s health to a minimum.
His manager Sabine Kelm said earlier that the racing star’s journey to recovery will be a long one but assured his fans that he is making relative progress given the magnitude of his injuries.
“We need a long time. He is making progress appropriate to the severity of the situation,” Kelm said in a statement.
After his accident in 2013, it can be recalled that Schumacher had to be placed in a six month coma to allow his body to cope with his injuries. He was later transferred to the rehab clinic in Switzerland before he was finally able to move back home.
Meanwhile, Mick, who seems to be following in his father’s footsteps, is leaving an impressive trail in the F4 racing circuit while his sister is also making a name for herself in the riding circuit.
According to a report by Yahoo News, Mick finished ninth, then sixth on his debut at Germany’s famous Nuerburgring circuit in the Formula Four series. He received support from the sidelines from his mother and sister.
Gina, for her part, is doing her best to make the family proud as she recently joined the FEI European Championship in Germany, reported The Daily Mail UK. Gina earlier won FEI European Reining Championships for Juniors and Young Riders contest earlier in the year.