“Michael Schumacher has redefined the professional image of a racing driver and has set new standards,” she said.
“In his quest for perfection, he spared neither himself nor his team, driving them to the greatest successes. He is admired all over the world for his leadership qualities. He found the strength for this task and the balance to recharge at home, with his family, whom he loves idolatrously.
“In order to preserve his private sphere as a source of strength, he has always rigorously and consistently separated his private from his public life. This film tells of both worlds.”
Benjamin Seikel has produced the film whilst Vanessa Nocker took on director duties. The pair collaborated previously on a documentary telling the story of German tennis legend Boris Becker.