Cape Town - The hometown fan club of Michael
Schumacher will mark the sixth anniversary of the German driver's
fateful skiing accident on Sunday, and retain the hope that he will one
day be seen in public again.
On December 29, 2013 the seven-time World Champion hit his head on a
rock while skiing with son Mick in Meribel. He would suffer
life-changing head injuries and has been kept out of the public eye
But with updates on his condition hard to come by, his wife Corinna
released a cryptic message to fans in his hometown of Kerpen, asking for
their support to continue.
"Many small particles can form a huge mosaic," she said.
you are stronger, and that is exactly how combined forces of the
KeepFighting movement make it easier to encourage others."
A new social media page titled 'KeepFightingMichael', created by his
fan club in Kerpen, will go live on December 29, marking six years to
the day of his accident.
The fan club will use #KeepFighting to generate social media
interest, while the family's foundation of the same name is raising
money to support victims of injuries similar to Schumacher's as well as
research into brain and spinal cord injuries.
"Unfortunately, the time has come again, the sixth anniversary of
Michael's accident is coming around," said Reiner Ferling, chairman of
Schumacher's fan club in his hometown, as quoted by The Independent.
"Six years full of hope that Michael will one day go out in public again.
"We know that Michael is in good hands, that he gets love, security
and confidence. Michael can count himself lucky to have such a strong
family behind him.
"As a fan club, we will provide all kinds of support that we can provide."