Despite the lack of any Michael Schumacher health update, the Schumacher family has been generously treating the racer’s fans to positive social media activity.
Since launching the official Facebook and Instagram pages for Michael Schumacher last month, the family has actively been posting throwback photos, bits of trivia and inspirational messages.
The latest posts revolve around the recently concluded Formula One World Championship season. The Schumacher family congratulated fellow German Nico Rosberg for winning his first Championship title, then launched into a series of posts about Schumacher’s own maiden title and Formula One milestones.
In this photo, a young, fresh-faced Michael Schumacher could be seen receiving his first Formula One World Championship award from the FIA in 1994. It was the first of his record haul of seven Driver’s Titles in the pinnacle of motorsport.
The first FIA prize giving ceremony as F1 world champion: a young and visibly proud Michael with French pilot Didier Auriol in Monte Carlo on Dec 1, 1994 #TeamMichael #TeamMS #keepfighting Die erste FIA Preisverleihung als Formel-1-Weltmeister: ein junger und sichtlich stolzer Michael mit französischen Piloten Didier Auriol am 1. Dezember 1994 in Monte Carlo
On Dec. 1, Exactly 22 years to the day of the the FIA recognition ceremony for his first F1 title, Michael and his wife Corinna are seen in yet another throwback post from the joyous occasion.
The first FIA prize giving ceremony as F1 world champion: a young and visibly proud Michael with Corinna in Monte Carlo on Dec 1, 1994 #TeamMichael #TeamMS #keepfighting Die erste FIA Preisverleihung als Formel-1-Weltmeister: ein junger und sichtlich stolzer Michael mit Corinna am 1. Dezember 1994 in Monte Carlo
The Schumacher family also posted a short clip from the post-race press conference of the final race in Adelaide 1994, where schumacher clinched his first title.
The hashtags #TeamMS, #TeamMichael and #keepfighting are used in all of the posts. In early November, the Schumacher family reactivated the racer’s official Facebook page and launched his Instagram site.
They made the move to celebrate the 22 year anniversary of Schumacher’s first championship win back in Nov. 13, 1994. The social media sites are now dedicated to celebrating the fond memories and milestones throughout Schumacher’s stellar career.
‘The social media activity has thrown a positive light to the stricken racer’s recovery. No Michael Schumacher health update has been given in several months, and fans have been clamoring for news. Since suffering a near-fatal ski accident in Dec. 2013, Schumacher’s condition has been kept under wraps.