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SCHUMI – the reason I watched F1

Ever since I was a child, I was interested in cars. I was quite interested in motor-sports and used to see these speedy Formula 1 cars and get quite fascinated. Out of all these cars, a red car was the one which predominantly won races. Upon some research, I found out that this red car with a yellow logo of the raging horse was Ferrari and the person behind the wheel was Mr. Michael Schumacher. And from that day, Formula 1 meant Schumacher to me.

Schumi. Courtesy: telegraph.co.uk
Schumi. Courtesy: telegraph.co.uk

I had seen him race since my class 4th or 5th. Used to follow most of the races.(The races took place only on weekends and the timings were fine too :P) Initially I had no idea about the game (even now I don’t have much idea, but something definitely more that what I had 8 years back :P) Schumacher made to the podium almost every race back then. I always waited to listen to what he had to say after the race ceremony. From that time only, my favourite race track was/is Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) the sole reason being the tricky track which goes through the city.I was lucky to have seen him achieve many feats during his racing tenure before he decided to hang his boots – and make a not-so-great comeback.

The recent news of him meeting an accident while skiing was shocking. He condition has been flipping between stable and critical. The doctors are monitoring him closely, but just the recent report says, he might be in a coma for life ! Well none of us want that…

I pray to the almighty to ensure he has a speedy recovery and we get to see more of him in the coming years..

Thanks for all the entertainment Schumi ! Erhalten Sie gut bald Schumacher…


About Atulmaharaj

Maintaining the blog for the past 6 years, I'm a Foodie, Techie, Cricket Enthu, Traveler, Blogger and a Cook ! You'll find posts within a wide range of topics from food to technology. Favorite Quote: "Traveling is like reading a book, one who hasn't traveled, hasn't turned a page.

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