An exhibition on Michael Schumacher has opened in Germany and will showcase the career of the legendary Formula One driver. The exhibition has a free entry and is due to run for a period of two years. The exhibition is named Michael Schumacher -- Record-holding World Champion.
Schumacher's wife Corinna and their two children were among the 200 guests that attended the opening of the exhibition, which features racing cars from Schumacher's career, in Marburg.
"Of course, we miss Michael on days like these," Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm said. (Pope Francis Prays For Schumacher's Life in Road Safety Event)
Schumacher continues to recover from serious head injuries he sustained in a skiing accident in the French Alps on December 29, 2013. He is undergoing rehabilitation in Switzerland since September 2014.
"Unfortunately, however, we cannot change what has happened. We have to accept it - and patiently hope, supporting him with everything that we have, that he will be here again one day," Kehm said. (There is No Good News on Schumacher's Condition, Says Ex-Ferrari Chief)
As the seven-time world champion Schumacher continues his recovery, his son Mick is leaving no stone unturned in making a future of his own. The 17-year-old Schumacher Jr has signed up with Italy's Prema Powerteam for the upcoming Formula 4 season.