Amidst the current condition of F1 legend Michael Schumacher, fans will have a chance to witness the former champ's legacy as his personal memorabilia will be put up on display in Germany.
According to reports, the Schumacher family kindly donated the iconic racer's personal collection of motorsport memorabilia for fans to see and enjoy. The said collection is going to be one of the world's most significant motorsport set and will go on permanent display at the new Motorworld car mecca in Cologne, Germany.
The said exhibit will include Michael Schumacher's karts from his early racing career, private sports cars, trophies, photos and other unique items. It will also showcase the former champ's F1 race cars in which he won his record breaking seven world championships - including the 1994 Benetton B194 which he drove to his first title.
According to Sabine Kehm, the F1 legend's spokesperson, the Michael Schumacher display will be available to the public for free. "It is the heart's desire of Michael's family that all interested fans should get to see Michael's collection without having to pay an admission charge," Kehm said in a statement. "It will enable them to revel in memories and bring those great times back to life again."
This is going to be the first time that the racer's achievements will be shown to the public up-close. To date, Michael Schumacher is considered to be one of the most successful F1 racers in history, with a total of 91 wins and 68 pole positions under his belt. The Motorworld Cologne is set to open its doors to the public by the end of 2017.
Meanwhile, Michael Schumacher's current condition remains to be under wraps as the family requested for privacy during this trying time. However, numerous rumors claim that the 47-year-old German racer's condition is not improving much.
For now, avid fans of Michael Schumacher can only hope that the F1 icon will be on his way to full recovery soon.