Mick Schumacher, whose legendary father suffered a brain injury five years ago, is making his own name in motor racing
A few months ago Damon Hill was waiting in a lounge at Heathrow airport, watching the departure board for news of his scheduled flight to Cologne. He had been invited to the opening of a museum dedicated to the career of Michael Schumacher, his old rival. The flight was delayed. And then delayed some more.
He was sitting with another invited guest. This was Ross Brawn, the engineer who masterminded all of Schumacher’s seven world titles: two with Benetton, five with Ferrari, hardly one of them without controversy. “We’ve never really brought up some of the things that went on and that might be interesting to know,” Hill said on the phone this week. “But as you get older, you look back and it all seems mad. It’s so intense, everyone wants to win, and some people cross the boundary. It’s a choice people make.”
Written by Richard Williams
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/dec/31/michael-schumacher-son-mick-hope-f1-tragic-tale-formula-one under the title “Michael Schumacher’s son progresses to bring hope in tragic F1 tale | Richard Williams”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.