The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019 will commemorate Michael Schumacher’s career as the legendary Champion turned 50 earlier this year.
The summer event, scheduled for the weekend of the 6th & 7th of July, has planned to celebrate Michael Schumacher’s career this year.
2019 marks Michael’s 50th birthday, as well as the 25th anniversary of his first title, and a special tribute has thus been planned for him.
The celebration will span his entire career, expanding out from his incredible time in Formula 1 to his early years in sportscars and touring cars, and even back into the early days of his career in junior catagories.
Long-time former rival, and the man who Michael beat to that 1994 title, Damon Hill will drive the Benetton B195 up the hillclimb course.
Title rival from the late 90s Mika Hakkinen will also be in attendance.
Schumacher has not been seen since his life-changing skiing accident in 2013, with no confirmed reports of his current health.