|born on||3 January 1969 at 13:43 (= 1:43 PM )|
|Place||Hürth, Germany, 50n52, 6e51|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||12°59' 10°22 Asc. 29°23'|
German racing driver. Schumacher is a seven-time Formula One World Champion and is widely regarded as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time. He holds many of Formula One's driver records, including most championships, race victories, fastest laps, pole positions, points scored and most races won in a single season – 13 in 2004. In 2002 he became the only driver in Formula One history to finish in the top three in every race of a season and then also broke the record for most consecutive podium finishes. According to the official Formula One website he is "statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen".
After beginning with karting, Schumacher won German drivers' championships in Formula König and Formula Three before joining Mercedes in the World Sportscar Championship. After one Mercedes-funded race for the Jordan Formula One team, Schumacher signed as a driver for the Benetton Formula One team in 1991. After winning consecutive championships with Benetton in 1994/5, Schumacher moved to Ferrari in 1996 and won another five consecutive drivers' titles with them from 2000 to 2004. Schumacher retired from Formula One driving in 2006 staying with Ferrari as an advisor. Schumacher agreed to return for Ferrari part-way through 2009, as cover for the badly injured Felipe Massa, but was prevented by a neck injury. He later signed a three-year contract to drive for the new Mercedes GP team starting in 2010.
His career has not been without controversy, including being twice involved in collisions in the final race of a season that determined the outcome of the world championship, with Damon Hill in 1994 in Adelaide, and with Jacques Villeneuve in 1997 in Jerez. Off the track Schumacher is an ambassador for UNESCO and a spokesman for driver safety. He has been involved in numerous humanitarian efforts throughout his life and donated tens of millions of dollars to charity. Michael and his younger brother Ralf Schumacher are the only brothers to win races in Formula One, and they were the first brothers to finish 1st and 2nd in the same race, in Montreal in 2001. The two brothers repeated this achievement in four more races (the 2001 French Grand Prix, the 2002 Brazilian Grand Prix, the 2003 Canadian Grand Prix and the 2004 Japanese Grand Prix).
On 1 August 1995, Schumacher married Corinna Betsch. They have two children, Gina-Maria (born on 20 February 1997) and Mick (born on 22 March 1999). He has always been very protective of his private life and is known to dislike the celebrity spotlight, preferring a simple life. The family moved to a house near Gland, Switzerland in 2007, a 650 m2 mansion with its own underground garage and petrol station, situated on a private beach on Lake Geneva.
On 29 December 2013 he had a skiing accident in the French alps. He hit a rock with his head, and was transported to the hospital, arriving in coma. His survival was uncertain.
- associate relationship with Vettel, Sebastian (born 3 July 1987)
- friend relationship with Saillant, Gérard (born 9 March 1945)
- friend relationship with Todt, Jean (born 25 February 1946)
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1996 (Formula One race)
- Health : Accident (Non-fatal) 29 December 2013 at 11:07 AM in Méribel (head trauma due to skiing accident (time: Tagesanzeiger online "Um 11.07 Uhr war Schumacher fünf Tage vor seinem 45. Geburtstag zwischen zwei markierten Pisten im Skigebiet in Méribel verunglückt. ")
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Eva Bleistein in Meridian magazine 3/1996 (not likely to be B.C. as German records have rounded off times)
- Lifestyle : Work : Hazardous work
- Lifestyle : Work : Work alone/ Singular role
- Lifestyle : Financial : Philanthropist
- Vocation : Sports : Race Cars (Pro Formula One driver)
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession