Michael Schumacher and Corrina Schumacher are the proud parents of two children: Mick and Gina Maria Schumacher.
Mick has decided to follow in his father’s footsteps, while his sister Gina has chosen their mother’s path.
Mick Schumacher embarked on his career in karting back in 2008. He then entered the German ADAC Formula 4 series in 2015.
The young German racing driver has earned several notable titles, including the 2018 FIA F3 European Championship and the 2020 Formula 2 Championship.
He went on to make his Formula One debut in April 2019, driving the Ferrari SF90.
In December 2022, Mercedes-AMG F1 officially announced that Schumacher would become their reserve driver for the 2023 season.
Who Are Mick Schumacher Parents?
Mick Schumacher, born on March 22, 1999, in Vufflens-le-Château, Vaud, Switzerland, comes from a renowned family.
His father is Michael Schumacher, a former German racing driver with an illustrious career. His career spanned from 1991 to 2006 and from 2010 to 2012.
Michael Schumacher holds the impressive record of seven World Driver’s Championships titles.
He shares this feat with British racing driver Lewis Hamilton.
Moreover, he holds the record for the most number of total fastest laps (77) in Formula 1.
Schumacher competed for teams like Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari, and Mercedes throughout his career.
On the other hand, Mick’s mother, Corinna, is a German animal rights activist and champion equestrian.
She won the 2010 European Championship in Western-style horse riding.
The Schumacher family owns horse ranches in both Texas and Switzerland.
Through Thick And Thin
The race car driver and horse rider met through a mutual acquaintance and have been happily married for over 28 years.
They tied the knot in August 1995 and have supported each other through all the ups and downs of life.
Corinna has been a pillar of strength for the family, especially after the tragic 2013 accident that left the German driver in a medically induced coma.
Moreover, Mick and Gina were only 14 and 16, respectively, during that time.
The following months were filled with uncertainty, with doctors unsure if he would ever regain consciousness, putting a lot of strain on the family.
Since the accident, Schumacher’s family has been very private about his condition, and as of 2023, he has not made any public appearances.
Sister: Gina Schumacher
Gina Schumacher was born on February 20, 1997, and decided to pursue a career as a professional horse rider rather than racing cars.
Gina’s passion for horses began during her childhood when she learned to ride Quarter Horses.
She is an accomplished professional horse rider, having won four world championship titles and twelve European championships.
Gina Schumacher’s victory with CS O Bingo, scoring 220 points to win The Invitational Non-Pro Championship at the Kimes Ranch Tulsa Reining Classic, was more than just a win.
In addition to achieving the largest payout of her career, she also unofficially became the National Reining Horse Association’s 38th Million Dollar Rider.
Additionally, she is involved in running an organization called Herzen’s Angelegenhe.