MICHAEL Schumacher has a £7million car collection including a super-rare Ferrari worth a staggering £2.8 million.
Le Formula 1 Légende also has the car in which he made his debut in the sport in which he went on to win seven world championships.
The 53-year-old has remained out of public view since a horrific skiing accident left him fighting for his life.
He was airlifted off the ski slope above Méribel in the French Alps after his head hit a rock while he was skiing with his son Mick.
Au cours des années, Schumacher built up an impressive collection of cars, including iconic marques and those that helped propel him to glory.
In there is the Jordan 191 in which he made his debut at the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa.
The rookie 22-year-old had in fact only driven an F1 car for the first time a few days before the race.
He qualified with the eighth fastest time but his race only lasted a few hundred yards after his clutch packed in though a year later he returned to claim his first F1 victory.
Schumacher is perhaps best associated with Ferrari and his collection naturally contains three of the cars he drove to.
But also in there is a black Ferrari FXX, a high-performance track-only developmental prototype built by the Italian car maker.
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The 30th – and final – care made was presented to Schumacher when he retired from Formule Un racing at the end of 2006 as a token of appreciation for his monumental achievements.
Schumacher also has Ferrari Enzo, 430 Scuderia and Ferrari California cars in the collection.
Other cars he owns include a Formula Ford racer that he drove in 1988, a distinctive gull-winged doored Mercedes SLS AMG and a Sauber Mercedes-C291.
Schumacher is one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time, dominating the sport in the early 2000s after rising to power in the 90s.
He raced from 1991 à 2006, et encore de 2010 à 2012 – the second act of his career which saw him become instrumental in setting up Lewis Hamilton’s dominant Mercedes team.
The German won five world championships with Ferrari and two for Benetton.
Schumacher fell and hit his head while crossing an off-piste area – suffering a serious head injury despite wearing a ski helmet during the 2013 accident, which was just a year after he retired.
He remained in a medically induced coma for almost six months after the accident.
En juin 2014, he was discharged from hospital so he could receive treatment at his family home near la Suisse‘s Lake Geneva.
Only small trickles of information have been released since, with reports that Schumacher remains in a wheelchair and can react to things around him.
His health remains a mystery and his wife Corinna has kept a tight grip on details about his condition.
She recently broke down in tears during an emotional ceremony as the F1 legend was honoured with an award.
Speaking in a Netflix documentary Corinna revealed “I miss Michael every day”.
Although she admitted he was “différent,” she insisted that “he’s here and that gives us strength”.
Corinna also offered a brief glimpse of their life at home saying: “We’re together. We live together at home. We do therapy.”
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Dans 2019, il a été rapporté que Schumacher was set to undergo breakthrough stem cell therapy in a bid to regenerate and rebuild his nervous system.
It’s reported Schumacher has received medical care costing as much as £115,000 a week as his family, friends and pals all hope he can recover from his horror ski crash.