Netflix will stream Michael Schumacher documentary later this year featuring never-before-seen archival footage that will provide ‘unique insights’ into his life… eight years after a skiing accident left seven-time world champions brain injured
- Michael Schumacher is considered by many to be the greatest driver of all time
- He won seven world titles in a two-decade F1 career
- The German was badly damaged in a tragic skiing accident in 2013.
Netflix has bought the rights to broadcast a brand new documentary about the life of Michael Schumacher.
Entitled ‘Schumacher’, the documentary about the Formula 1 icon, the first to receive the support of his family, he promised to show ‘many facets of his layered personality’.
It will be released on the streaming service on September 15.
Netflix has bought the rights to broadcast a new documentary about the life of Michael Schumacher
Schumacher is considered by many to be the sport’s greatest to ever win seven championship titles.
But a 2013 skiing accident left him with a brain injury, and the family was incredibly private in discussing his condition or making public comments about him—until this documentary.
The documentary will feature interviews with Schumacher’s family, including his wife Corinna, father Rolf and brother Ralf.
His two children, Gina and Mick, now driving Formula 1 for Haas, are interviewed, as are motorsport figures such as Jean Todt, Bernie Ecclestone, Sebastian Vettel, Mika Häkkinen, Damon Hill, Flavio Briatore and David Coulthard.
Filmmakers will also be able to share never-before-seen archive material, thanks to the support of the family.
Schumacher is considered by many to be the best driver in Formula 1 history