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Schumacher's private jet up for sale

Michael Schumacher's private jet Michael Schumacher's wife is selling the private jet that the seven time Formula s world champion used to fly around the world. The grey Falcon 2000EX, bearing the former Ferrari and Mercedes driver's ‘MS' logo on the tail and the personalised registration ‘M-IKEL', clocked up thousands of air miles not only during his Formula 1 career but also afterwards. But Bild newspaper reports that with the great German now recovering from brain injuries, his wife Corinna chose to sell the unused jet. Originally bought for 25 million, Mrs Schumacher is reportedly seeking 20m.
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