Fellow drivers express their support for Schumacher on social media

Current and former drivers take to Twitter to wish Schumacher a speedy recovery.

Fellow drivers express their support for Schumacher on social media

As the world waits to hear news about Michael Schumacher's condition following a ski accident on Sunday, drivers from all disciplines of racing have voiced their support for the seven-time World Champion on social media including former on track competitors and teammates as well as current drivers who were helped or inspired by the F1 legend.

Below are what some had to say in support of Schumi:

Felipe Massa: "I am praying for you my brother !! I hope you have a quick recovery !! God bless you Michael."

Sébastien Loeb: "Everyone here wishing Michael Schumacher a speedy recovery, I am sure the Motorsport World will sleep uneasy tonight. #getwell"

Allan McNish: "At these times we suddenly remember how precious life is & how precariously we hold on to it. Thinking of you Michael."

Jenson Button: "My thoughts are with Michael Schumacher at this tough time.. Michael more than anyone has the strength to pull through this."

Fernando Alonso: "Get well soon Michael! Hope to hear some positive news very soon! #strongman"

Romain Grosjean: "All our thoughts to Schumi and his family ! Hope you will recover soon. #legend #Schumi"

Dario Franchitti: "My thoughts are with Michael Schumacher and his family. If anyone can pull through this though it's him. #positivethinking #fighter"

Max Chilton: "My thoughts are with Michael & his family at the moment. He has always been a fighter so let's hope he fights to recovery."

Jules Bianchi: "Best wishes to M.Schumacher.. I hope he is ok !!!! #strongman"

Rubens Barrichello: "What matters in life is to remember the good times and good laughs. We r praying for u..."

Stoffel Vandoorne: "All of us who were inspired by Schumi are now praying he wins his biggest race! #GetWellSoonMichael #Legend"

Emerson Fittipaldi: "My thoughts and prayers are with Michael Schumacher and his family."

Giancarlo Fisichella: "I know you Michael, you are the man,you are the best you are..... This is the most difficult race but I am sure you will win again!"

Narain Karthikeyan: "Terrible to hear about M Schumacher's skiing injury. If anyone can pull through this its you."

Carlos Sainz Jr.: "Keep pushing Michael! Really hope you win this race, the most important one of your life. Im sure you will!!"

Paul di Resta: "Terrible news about MSC, thinking of him and his family. Hoping for better news and that he can pull through #getwellsoon "

Will Davison (V8 Supercars): "Impossible not to be thinking about Schuey..Life is so fragile! Praying for him & his family. Spent my life idolising him on track."

Kimi Raikkonen: "God bless you Michael. Be strong!!!"

Daniel Juncadella: "Ally thoughts with Schumi during this tough moment. But we all know that he is even tougher!! #GoSchumi #GetWellSoonMichael"

Tony Kanaan: "Get well soon Schumi. Praying for your quick recovery."

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