Jean Tattto: Vincent Thian / AP
The President of the International automobile Federation (FIA) Jean Todt said that the sevenfold champion of “Formula-1” Michael Schumacher shows significant progress in the process of recovery from traumatic brain injury. The words of a friend of the family of the German pilot Mirror leads with reference to Radio Monte-Carlo.
Todt told, seen Schumacher race in the “Formula 1” in his house in Switzerland. “Michael is in good hands, being well looked after. He did not give up and continues to fight,” he said. While Todt said that Schumacher friendship will never be the same because they may not be of such a communication as before.
In June, former General Manager and the managing Director of “Formula 1” Bernie Ecclestone, talking about the health of Schumacher, said: “While Schumacher is not with us. But when he gets better, he will answer all our questions.” Also in December 2018 tabloid the Daily Mail reported that the German state has greatly improved.
Schumacher continues recovery after traumatic brain injury, which he received in 2013, while skiing in the Alps. The result of a head injury after falling rider in a coma. The past four years, Michael is recovering at a private Villa on the shores of lake Geneva.
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