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Formula 1 – Ralf Schumacher: This is how he finds the Netflix documentary

The Netflix documentary “SCHUMACHER” about Michael Schumacher’s life in the fast lane is currently on everyone’s lips. Now Michael’s brother Ralf Schumacher is also talking about the film.

Ralf Schumacher to F1-Insider.com and Sport1: “Of course there would have been a lot more, it was a very long time. But I think it’s done very, very nicely, at least in terms of motorsport and sport. Also many private insights, also from the family, especially the children and the mother. I thought that was really great, very open. “

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At the same time, the documentary reminds him of his own time in Formula 1 – and the side effects. “The external impact that even Sebastian (Vettel; d. Red.) Has is not bad either. But we were as well known at the time as Helmut Kohl. ”That had consequences:“ You couldn’t venture anywhere. The tabloid press was huge. “

Michael Schumacher has therefore always hidden his private life from the public. Just like Ralf – the Schumi brother now admits: “It was the same for me. I thought to myself: I’ll be so happy when it’s over at some point. “

Ralf Schumacher in a duel with his brother Michael.

Ralf has only fond memories of his childhood with brother Michael. “Our relationship has always been good. But we have a difference of six and a half years. Michael was out of the house early. At 16 he was gone when he started an apprenticeship. I was only ten then. ”

But even when Michael Schumacher was on his way to Formula 1, he also got Ralf on the right track.
Schumi II: “He worked on me right at the beginning. That was very helpful. We practiced overtaking, he showed me the fastest lines. In Formula 1 it was a little different, but also very nice there. “

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His overall conclusion is positive: “We had a great time together, especially at the level and in the most beautiful places in the world. That were good times.”

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Formula 1 will run at Sky in 2021. The station is setting up its own TV station for the new era: Sky Formula 1. Here there is motorsport 24 hours a day. All training sessions, all qualifying sessions, all races always live and without commercial breaks. Sky also broadcasts the Formula 2, Formula 3 and Porsche Supercup races. The program also includes historical races and special programs. You can find more information here

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