F1 legend Michael Schumacher's condition remains to be unclear with very little updates about his progress. Fans of the former champion couldn't help but worry as days pass by, knowing that their beloved racer has not fully recovered yet.
Recently, it was reported that the Schumacher family plans to commemorate the German racer's first world championship title anniversary on November 13. Apparently, the family launched #TeamMichael on his official Facebook page. This also marks the re-launch of Michael Schumacher's social media page after being inactive for a while.
"Welcome everyone to Michael's paddock! We love to share memories with you and what better start could there be than the upcoming anniversary of Michael's first world championship title," the post from his Facebook page reads. "From November 13 this page will be our meeting place to collect and exchange memories and to celebrate Michael's many achievements, established as a thank you gesture to all you wonderful fans."
This is not the first time Michael Schumacher's family commemorate the 47-year-old racer's accomplishments. In a recent report here in iTech Post, it was revealed that the Schumacher family kindly donated the iconic racer's personal collection of motorsport memorabilia for fans to see and enjoy. The said collection will be a permanent attraction at the new Motorworld car mecca in Cologne, Germany.
Included in the exhibit are karts from Michael Schumacher's early racing career as well as private cars, trophies, and rare photos. The collection also features the former champion's 1994 Benetton B194 - the car that brought him to his first ever title.
As of this writing, Michael Schumacher's condition remains to be unclear as very little information has been released. The family continues to request for privacy during this trying time. Given the circumstances, it is quite understandable for them to put all their focus on their beloved head of the family first before anything else. Fans of the racing legend can only hope that Michael Schumacher will be off to a speedy recovery soon.