Week in Review: A Racing Legend Tragedy and a New Year Ahead
It's a shame that we ended the last week of 2013 in tragedy, but sometimes it happens. Formula 1 racing legend Michael Schumacher found himself in an accident while skiing the French Alps with his son. He's now in stable condition, and we wish the guy the best. On the other hand, while that lingers, there's plenty to be excited about in the coming year. From the Detroit Auto Show coming up here in a few weeks to new vehicle introductions and new beginnings, there's a lot that happened and will continue to happen in the automotive industry. Here are the biggest events from this past week in our Week in Review.Schumacher suffered cranial damage when he hit head on a rocky slope. He was in critical condition, but now the seven-time World Champion is in stable condition. In a medically induced coma, Schumacher's family remains with him in his French hospital. Later this week, it was reported that a "journalist" tried entering his room, dressed as a priest. Surely, that didn't go over well. In any case, we wish the 44-year-old German a speedy recovery, and we'll update our original post as soon as there is something more newsworthy to present.
GM and Jaguar Land Rover are recalling vehicles, we've got details.