Schumacher had nightmares over Senna’s death, says ex-pilot’s wife

Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Shumacher suffered from nightmares right after the death of Ayrton Senna at the Imola GP in 1994. that killed the Brazilian pilot.

“Michael wondered if he had acted right that day. It was really difficult,” said Corinna.

“It was something very strange. I wake up at night and sleep maybe three hours a night,” said the former pilot in voice recordings.

The ex-Ferrari driver, who was racing for Benetton at the time of Senna’s death, said he wasn’t sure if he would continue racing from F1 after the Brazilian idol’s fatal accident.

Senna died when he crashed into the wall at the Tamburello bend in Imola, Italy. One of the three-time champion Williams’ right wheel suspension arms hit the driver’s helmet just above the visor, causing a fatal injury.

Schumacher is isolated from the spotlight since he suffered a ski accident in 2013. Little is known about the former driver’s current situation, the family avoids giving details about his health. For this reason, motorsport fans are waiting for the release of a Netflix documentary about the German, which will be released on the 15th.

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