Mick Schumacher drives his father’s 2004 title-winning Ferrari around Mugello at the Tuscan Grand Prix… as F1 icon continues to battle for his life after horror skiing accident seven years ago

Ferrari celebrated their 1000th Formula One race by having Mick Schumacher drive his father Michael’s 2004 title-winning Ferrari around Mugello before the Tuscan Grand Prix. The Formula Two star razzed his father’s F2004 around the Italian track ahead of lights out in a tribute to the F1 legend as he continues to battle for his life after a horrific skiing accident seven years ago. Mick Schumacher drove his father’s title-winning F2004 around Mugello at the Tuscan GP. The F1 legend’s son drove the car he won 13 out of 20 races in his 2004 World title. Schumacher was placed in a medically-induced coma which he is now out of, but following the skiing accident seven years ago, his condition has been kept a closely guarded secret from those outside his Lake Geneva mansion. Schumacher won 72 of his record 91 victories for Ferrari but was unable to be there to celebrate his former team’s landmark race at Mugello. The Formula Two driver donned Ferrari’s red overalls as they celebrated their 1000th F1 race.

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