"Schumacher survives thanks to Corinna, but with consequences"

The president of the FIA and former general director of Ferrari, recognized the important work that the German's wife has in his recovery.


It has been more than seven years since that dark December 29, 2013, which completely changed the life of the Schumacher family. A ski accident in the French Alps left the life of the seven-time Formula 1 champion hanging by a thread. And since then, uncertainty and speculation about his state of health have been a constant in one case, where the German's family has always maintained the maximum possible discretion.

One of the people closest to the Kaiser's family is the current president of the FIA, Jean Todt. The former CEO of Ferrari gave an interview to the German newspaper Bild, where he left some brushstrokes about the situation of his friend Michael and his family: "Thanks to the work of the doctors and the help of Corinna, who wanted Michael to survive, he survived , but with consequences. And right now he is struggling with these consequences. We hope things will improve slowly, but inexorably. "

The Frenchman emphasized the fundamental performance that the German's wife carries out in his recovery and his way of fighting against adversity: "Since his ski accident, I have spent a lot of time with his wife Corinna. She is a great woman and now she runs the family. She never expected such a thing, but unfortunately it happened and she had no choice. "

If the Schumacher surname remains at the foot of the canyon, it is thanks to his son Mick, who this season resumed his father's legacy in F1, at the wheel of Haas. Todt also wanted to make a special mention of the young pilot: "Mick is one of the people who will always have a special place in my heart and in that of my wife, Michelle" .

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