“Dear Schumi fans please find herewith more practical information regarding the planned event: Parkings 1 & 2 near “Ster gate” will be available for you, you will get access to the Circuit by “Ster” entry.
The F1 zone start/finish will be our meeting place. If we have enough participants we can make a human chain with positive energy around the circuit as a special tribute to Schumi.
“Pit Brasserie” will be open for this special occasion. The entrance is free of charge. No cars will be allowed on the circuit that day for security reasons. Please bring your flags, candles and lots of positive energy.
A mailbox will be present to leave your messages dedicated to Schumi. Please subscribe so I have an idea of the number of people present that day. Share this info with your friends to make this event the biggest as possible for Schumi!”
Late last month, a day after MIchael Schumacher’s fall, Mercedes AMG Petronas had put out the following message, “Following the serious injuries sustained by Michael Schumacher in a skiing accident yesterday in France, the thoughts and sympathies of all at Mercedes-Benz Motorsport and the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team are with Michael, his family and friends.
We have been shocked to learn that he is in a critical condition and are closely monitoring the latest medical bulletins from Grenoble.
We all know the depth of Michael’s fighting spirit and send him all our strength and support in this latest battle.
We sincerely hope that he will make a full recovery and can be with us again soon.”
That sentiment rings through with all as an update on his health is awaited while he remains in hospital. In the meantime Gary Hartstein has updated his blog to help us understand a coma better as no recent info has been made available from either the medical team or Sabine Kehm.