While details about the real medical condition of Michael Schumacher remain scarce until now, fans remain hopeful that the German racer could recuperate after the tragic ski accident in 2013. Despite his horrific fate, the seven-time world champion’s son is now giving supporters a reason to celebrate.

Family spokesperson Sabine Kehm confirmed that Mick Schumacher will demonstrate one of his dad’s Benetton cars at the upcoming Belgian Grand Prix. The 1994-spec racing vehicle is Michael’s title-winning car.

Like father, like son

Daily Mail reported that Mick will race around Spa-Francorchamps this weekend to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his father’s first Formula One victory.

Michael Schumacher previously took his first feat at the track on August 30, 1992.

Michael went on to win more 90 races at the Belgian Grand Prix for Benetton. Because of that, he is being considered as one of the greatest Formula One racers of all times.

“There was not the slightest bit of doubt for me that I wanted to do this,” Mick wrote in an Instagram post, referring to his imminent demonstrative round in front of the driver’s parade on Saturday. Sabine Kehm shared that the 18-year-old racer was not allowed to use his father’s 1992 Benneton for the demonstration due to some insurance and technical issues, Straits Times reported.

Michael Schumacher's son is currently 11th in the Formula 3 European championship.

Mick just graduated from Formula 4 this season.

F1 legend’s health update

Meanwhile, Blasting News previously reported that Michael Schumacher is still fighting for his recovery. Due to the lack of information about the racer’s present condition, there have been unverified reports indicating that Michael is getting better with continuous treatment and therapy.

Sabine Kehm explained that Michael has always been protective of his privacy. This is the reason why the family decided to keep all the details of his health as private as possible.

"Michael has always been very protective of his privacy, even during the most successful times of his career,” Kehm said in a statement. “He has always made sure there is a clear and distinct line between his public persona and his private one,” she went on.

The athlete’s spokesperson also encouraged the public to stop asking the family or his team for updates as they are not making any further comments about the situation.

Stay tuned for the latest news and updates about Michael Schumacher’s health condition.