F1 followers ‘crying’ as Sebastian Vettel shares image of Michael Schumacher practically decade after horror ski accident

FORMULA ONE followers have been left emotional after Sebastian Vettel shared a throwback image with Michael Schumacher.

The four-times world champion retired from the game on the finish of final season after a sensational racing profession spanning nearly 15 years.

Vettel said goodbye to F1 at the end of last season


Vettel mentioned goodbye to F1 on the finish of final seasonCredit score: Getty

He lengthy admired fellow German and F1 legend Schumacher, who received seven titles throughout the 90s and 2000s.

Schumacher was concerned in a ski accident in 2013 and has not been seen in public since.

However Vettel shared an outdated image of the ex-Ferrari driver which touched many F1 followers.

The Instagram snap confirmed Schumacher knelt over a younger Vettel, sat in a small silver go-kart.

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Carrying a purple cap, Schumacher appears over Vettel whereas holding a flag in his proper hand.

A small viewers of persons are seen within the background for the aggressive karting race in Germany.

Vettel captioned the picture: “Receiving final Orders (NRW Cup Remaining, Kerpen, Germany).”

Followers had been loving the heartfelt picture.

One wrote: “This proper right here. That is cute.”

One other mentioned: “Seb, I don’t wish to cry however now you make me.”

A 3rd mentioned: “Who’s chopping onions man?”

Schumacher received the world championship in 1994 and 1995 with Benetton after which yearly from 2000 to 2004 at Ferrari.

Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson would all win F1’s best prize earlier than Vettel started his personal reign of dominance between 2010 and 2013 for Purple Bull.

Lately Vettel has taken up a mentoring position for Michael’s son Mick, who’s now a reserve driver with Mercedes after two years racing with Haas.

Mick posted his personal emotional message to his father earlier this month on Michael’s birthday.

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