Schumachers former Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel has been a driving force in Formula 1 and has been an inspiration to a generation of drivers for his driving style.
In 2009, he lost his life when a Ferrari F40 crashed while he was driving for McLaren, the team he had joined in 1997.
After the crash, he went on to become one of the most successful F1 drivers of all time, and his talent for rallying was recognised around the world.
Now, he’s revealed that he was inspired by his own car crash in a tweet he shared on Monday, saying that the crash inspired him to start racing again.
In a tweet from his personal account, he wrote: “I remember the day my car crashed in the middle of the street in Berlin.
The impact shook me and I thought of the crash as a good opportunity to learn from it.
I was driving the Ferrari F60, the car that broke my back, and the next thing I know, I’m on a road in Paris with my family and friends. “
As a result, I started racing again in 2017.”
I was driving a brand new Ferrari F50 with a new engine, but that wasn’t my biggest problem. “
The crash took me by surprise.
I was driving a brand new Ferrari F50 with a new engine, but that wasn’t my biggest problem.
I had my head down and was not looking straight ahead. “
I was only driving it in the rain, with all the windows down.
I had my head down and was not looking straight ahead.
I could see the cars passing me, but I could not see anything.
I kept thinking, this is it.
It looked like I had just lost control. “
Then suddenly I was behind the wheel of the Mercedes SLS AMG GT3.
It looked like I had just lost control.
I started speeding and hit the gas.
The engine was so quiet and it had no power.
It sounded like someone was having a nervous breakdown.
I couldn’t hear my wife, and I was terrified.”
The accident also left him with a damaged back, a damaged neck, and a shattered skull.
He posted a video of the event, in which he can be heard saying “it’s over”.
The video, posted by Vettel’s manager, Michael Schum, has been viewed nearly 100,000 times on YouTube and has now been viewed more than 50,000.
He said: “It was really surreal.
I just couldn’t believe what I was seeing.
I thought, I have to start all over again.”””
After the accident I was completely wrecked and in shock.
I thought, I have to start all over again.””
I had my brain on a microscope’After he wrote the post, Schum said: ”I was really surprised and excited. “
A few days later, after a few days of driving around Paris, I found this tweet.”‘
I had my brain on a microscope’After he wrote the post, Schum said: ”I was really surprised and excited.
It showed that I had a very good idea how to use my brain.
”I felt really inspired.
I felt like I was back to my normal self and I had some ideas for how I could do it again.
“I started to write it down in my diary, but also on Twitter and the comments were very encouraging.
I wanted to share it with all my friends and family.”‘
My mind was on a telescope’Schumacher said that his accident helped him to re-think his life.
He explained: ”It was my first experience of a crash, so I was in shock and I felt really lost.
I didn’t know what to do.
I really had no idea how I was to get back on my feet.
“One day I was at my house and I saw a photo of my broken back and I realised that my mind was already on a mountain, on a hill.
For example, I realised how lucky I was when a friend of mine died. “
There are some things that you learn about life through accidents.
For example, I realised how lucky I was when a friend of mine died.
He died on a motorcycle crash in 2007, and it helped me to realise that I wasn’t the only person that had had a bad accident.”
One day after the crash I was talking to a friend and I said, ‘I think I have something to say to my family, but it will take some time’.
”The next day I found myself talking to my dad and I told him I had seen a video on YouTube of a girl who was in a crash and she had lost consciousness.
”He was so touched by it, but he also wanted to help and he did.
“We were at my parents house, talking about what I should say to them.
I told them what happened and they were shocked, but they supported me.”
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