Spanish mayor provides rare Michael Schumacher update

F1 legend Michael Schumacher is on the move.

Although details around the condition of the German racing legend remain scarce, the mayor of Andratx has revealed Schumacher will soon be moving to Spanish holiday island Majorca.

“I can officially confirm Michael Schumacher is going to move in to our municipality and that everything is being prepared to welcome him,”mayor Katia Rouarch told Swiss magazine L’Illustre.

L’Illustre has been unable to confirm at what time Schumacher will move to Majorca with his family, or for how long.

What has been revealed however is the jaw-dropping state of the mega-mansion Schumacher will soon be moving to.

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F1 legend Michael Schumacher is moving to Majorca. Pic: Getty

The huge, AU$47 million property, features a helipad, large garden areas, sea views and two swimming pools.

The home, purchased off Real Madrid president Florentino Perez by Michael’s wife Corinna, is situated among a number of other mega mansions, in a quiet pocket of the Spanish holiday island.

Few details of Schumacher’s condition have been released to the public, since the Ferrari star suffered a horrific brain injury while skiing in 2013.

Schumacher pictured with his wife Corinna on a skiing holiday. Pic: Getty

In 2016, media reports surfaced suggesting he could walk, however those hopes were quickly shut down by his lawyer, who said in court, Schumacher “cannot walk”.

The 49 year old has not been seen in public since his tragic accident, and has reportedly been receiving full-time care at his home in Switzerland

Schumacher and his wife holidayed on Majorca in the past, with Corinna reportedly seeing the exclusive property as a place where the family can spend quality time together with their friends.

Mick Schumacher, son of Formula One hero Michael Schumacher, has claimed a maiden Formula Three win

Schumacher’s son wins first Formula 3 race

Germany’s Mick Schumacher, the son of Formula One great Michael Schumacher, won his first Formula Three race on Saturday on the famed Spa track.

The 19-year-old triumphed in the junior category on a circuit loved by his father, who won a record seven Formula One titles.

Schumacher Senior made his F1 debut at Spa in 1991 and won his first race there a year later.

“It is a great feeling to win in Spa,” Mick told reporters.

With AAP