The world of Formula 1 has come together to celebrate Michael Schumacher on the seven-time world champion's 51st birthday.
The German great has not been seen in public for more than five years after suffering brain injuries in a skiing accident, but his impact on the sport remains strong – as evidenced by the weight of tributes posted.
Ferrari, the team synonymous with the bulk of Schumacher's greatest F1 successes were quick to mark his birthday, as were Mercedes, with whom he brought the curtain down on his racing career in 2012.
Here we round up the tributes paid to F1's ultimate star, while everyone at GPFans wishes Michael and his family the very best for 2020.
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