Corinna Schumacher ( Michael Schumacher Wife) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband and Children
Corinna Schumacher ( Michael Schumacher Wife) is a German animal rights activist and accomplished horse rider know all about her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband and Children
|Birthdate ( Age)||2 March 1969|
|Place of Birth||Halver, West Germany|
|Wife/Partner||Michael Schumacher(m. 1995)|
|Children||Mick Schumacher, Gina-Maria Schumacher|
|Parents ( In-Law)||Elisabeth Schumacher, Rolf Schumacher|
|Profession||German animal rights activist and accomplished horse rider|
|Net Worth||$600 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Corinna Schumacher ( Michael Schumacher Wife) is a German animal rights activist and accomplished horse rider. A keen horsewoman, in 2010 she won the European Championship in western style horse riding.Corinna is also an avid dog lover and a dedicated animal rights activist.
In 1997, she gave birth to a daughter, Gina-Maria, who is a non-professional horse rider,and in 1999, a son Mick, who is now a professional racing driver competing in Formula One following the footsteps of his father and uncle.
Corinna Schumacher Husband
Michael married Corinna Betsch. They have two children, a daughter Gina-Marie, born 20 February 1997 and a son, Mick, born 22 March 1999. He has always been very protective of his private life and is known to dislike the celebrity spotlight.
The family moved to a newly built mansion near Gland, Switzerland in 2007, covering an area of 650-square-metre (7,000 sq ft) with a private beach on Lake Geneva and featuring an underground garage and petrol station, with a vintage Shell fuel pump.Schumacher and his wife own horse ranches in Texasand Switzerland.
Corinna Schumacher Net Worth
Corinna Schumacher ( Michael Schumacher Wife) is a German animal rights activist and accomplished horse riderwho has an estimated Net Worth Of $600 Million in 2021.
Schumacher was born in Hürth, North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany, on 3 January 1969,to Rolf Schumacher, a bricklayer, and his wife Elisabeth. When Schumacher was four, his father modified his pedal kart by adding a small motorcycle engine. When Schumacher crashed it into a lamp post in Kerpen, his parents took him to the karting track at Kerpen-Horrem, where he became the youngest member of the karting club.
His father soon built him a kart from discarded parts and at the age of six Schumacher won his first club championship. To support his son's racing, Rolf Schumacher took on a second job renting and repairing karts, while his wife worked at the track's canteen. Nevertheless, when Michael needed a new engine costing 800 DM, his parents were unable to afford it; he was able to continue racing with support from local businessmen.
Schumacher made his Formula One debut with the Jordan-Ford team at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, driving car number 32 as a replacement for the imprisoned Bertrand Gachot. Schumacher, still a contracted Mercedes driver, was signed by Eddie Jordan after Mercedes paid Jordan $150,000 for his debut.
In 1990, Michael competed in the ‘Formula 3’ championship of Germany for the ‘WTS’ team. The same year, he competed in the ‘World Sports-Prototype Championship’ as part of the ‘Mercedes junior racing programme.
The following year, the young driver competed in a ‘Formula One’ race for the ‘Jordan Grand Prix’ team, and finished seventh. The same year, he placed fifth in the ‘Italian Grand Prix,’ defeating Nelson Piquet.
In 1996, Schumacher joined Ferrari, a team that had last won the Drivers' Championship in 1979 and the Constructors' Championship in 1983, for a salary of $60 million over two years.
He left Benetton a year before his contract with them expired; he later cited the team's damaging actions in 1994 as his reason for opting out of his deal. A year later Benetton employees Rory Byrne (designer) and Ross Brawn (Technical Director) joined Ferrari.