Schumacher Trailer Review: Netflix Biographical Documentary on Formula 1 Seven-Time World Champion

Schumacher trailer review

Netflix has released the official trailer of upcoming biographical documentary film “Schumacher” on Friday, 27 August 2021. This inspirational full length documentary is based on 91 Grand Prix Winner and Seven times World Champion, Michael Schumacher with features rare interviews of his family and friends of about Schumacher epic journey of Formula One racing life.

The official synopsis of Schumacher documentary film follows the journey of German Michael Schumacher started his beginnings in karting track at Kerpen-Horrem, where he became the youngest member of Karting Club. Schumacher made his Formula One Racer debut with the Jordan-Ford team at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix. Schumacher is known as “The Red Baron” because of his red Ferrari. Later he is being credited for popularising Formula One in Germany, where it is formerly taken as fringe sport. In this documentary we can see youngest German driver such as Sebastian Vettel who thinks that Schumacher was the key why he became formula one racer.

In 2013 Schumacher suffered massive head injuries in the skiing accident and the mystery about this accident still surrounding the full extent of his condition. This documentary will features rare interviews of his brother Ralf, wife Corinna, children Gina and recent F1 debutante Mick Schumacher and previously unreleased archive footage and traces of his journey of becoming Seven-time world champion.

This Motorsport Goat Schumacher documentary film is set to be premiere on 15 September 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. According to the Netflix, “Through exclusive interviews and archival footage, this documentary traces an intimate portrait of Seven-Time Formula one Champion, Michael Schumacher.” Check out the trailer of Schumacher documentary film:-

Netflix mention that aside from the family member of Michael Schumacher family there are Mika Hakkinen, Sebastian Vettel, David Coulthard, Piero Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo (former Ferrari Team Principal), Jean Todt (former FIA Chief), Flavio Briatore (Benetton Managing Director), F1 legend Damon Hill and Bernie Ecclestone (former Formula 1 CEO).

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