F1 racing fans are now eager to know more about the legend Michael Schumacher health update. After the disastrous skiing accident in 2013 which nearly took the F1 racer’s life, news about his health is scarce. However, recently, Schumacher’s family and friends took social media to give information about his conditions.
The seven-time Formula One Champion’s official websites linked their new social media sites which show pictures and videos of Schumacher during his golden days. We will sum up all the statements released this year about Schumacher’s health condition.
“One day he’ll be back with us” – manager Sabine Kehm
Earlier this year, Michael Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm said that he hopes someday, Schumacher will be back. Back in 2014, a news announced that Schumacher was no longer in a coma. September 2014, he went to his home in Geneva to receive special rehabilitation.
The first FIA prize giving ceremony as F1 world champion: a young and visibly proud Michael with Corinna in Monte Carlo on Dec 1, 1994 #TeamMichael #TeamMS #keepfighting Die erste FIA Preisverleihung als Formel-1-Weltmeister: ein junger und sichtlich stolzer Michael mit Corinna am 1. Dezember 1994 in Monte Carlo
“Not Good” – former Ferrari Chairman
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Back in February, former Ferrari chairman Luca Cordero de Montezemolo said that the F1 racing legend’s condition was “not good.” However, the chairman during Schumacher’s championship gave a statement last August and hope for fans. He said that Schumacher was “reacting”.
“I know how strong he is. I’m sure that thanks to his determination, which will be crucial, he will come out from this very, very difficult situation.” he told Ecumenical News.
“He cannot walk” – lawyer Felix Damm
Michael Schumacher’s family and team disclosed his health condition as part of court proceedings. Schumacher’s family are suing German Bunte Magazine after giving a false statement regarding Schumacher’s condition. Bunte magazine featured a comment apparently made by Schumacher’s friend which says, “Michael is very thin. But he can once again walk a little with the help of his therapists.He manages to make a couple of steps. And he can also raise an arm.”
“Such speculation is irresponsible, because given the seriousness of his injuries, his privacy is very important for Michael.” Sabine Kehm said after clarifying that Michael cannot move.
“Still Fighting”- FIA President Jean Todt
According to earlier reports, Michael Schumacher is paralyzed and confined on a wheelchair. He has memory problems and cannot speak although FIA President and friend Jean Todt said that Schumacher is still fighting for his recovery. Meanwhile, fan’s prayers and well wishes are pouring in social medias. Stay tuned for Michael Schumacher health update.