“Michael Schumacher still has a long and hard road ahead of him,” said Schumacher’s friend and former Ferrari boss Jean Todt while speaking about the former Formula One champion’s health.
Michael Schumacher, who suffered a ski accident in the French Alps, is recovering at his residence near Lake Geneva. The seven-time Formula One champion was receiving a treatment after suffering a devastating ski accident in the French Alps on December 29, 2013. The 45-year-old German legend hit his head on a rock while skiing off-piste. Schumacher underwent two operations after the accident to remove blood clots before being placed in a medically induced coma. He was later moved to a Swiss rehab for recovery.
Schumacher’s friend and former Ferrari boss Jean Todt said, “One can only hope. We can say he will probably not be able to drive in Formula One again. He has made progress in recent weeks and months, but there is still a long and hard road ahead of him. He needs time and rest. He fights and one can hope that things will improve quickly.”
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