Among other things, the Supreme Court in India is dealing with a law these days that would allow the suspension of treatment of patients who are in a coma or who are in a state that cannot be improved. During the discussion in court, the case of Michael Schumacher was also used. Information about Schumacher's health has been scarce ever since a skiing accident that left him with severe head injuries years ago. From time to time vague information is leaked to the public by a family friend, Jean Todt. "Michael Schumacher is still in a coma," the lawyer said in court. "He's still alive, but we don't know what will happen if we start treating him with stem cells that could revive him." The world-famous physicist Stephen Hawking was also mentioned at the trial.
F1 director Stefano Domenicali has compared reigning world champion Max Verstappen to Michael Schumacher, calling him a "cannibal" when he fights on the track. The Dutchman can already become world champion for the second time in the next race in Singapore, five races to go, and he has already won eleven races this year. The record mark of thirteen wins in a single season is held by Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, and many expect Verstappen to easily beat this record, which is why he is increasingly being compared to F1's biggest stars, such as Michael Schumacher. According to Stefan Domenicali, Michael Schumacher and Max Verstappen are very similar in some ways. "He's similar to him because he focuses on everything he does on the track," Domenicali compared Verstappen to the legendary German
Due to his achievements in Formula 1, the former Royal Motorsport racer is still an inspiration to many of today’s Formula 1 field racers. The German is already a legend in life, as evidenced by the view of the former racer Benetton, Ferrari and Mercedes of his colleagues and successors in the field of Formula 1. His family does not reveal much about the current situation of Schumacher. What we do know is that he is still alive and has turned 1 today. https://twitter.com/Vetteleclerc/status/53 On this occasion, twitter delved into the statements of racers from the past and stated in the posts what Michael Schumacher still
Netflix has announced the date when the long-awaited documentary about Michael Schumacher, titled Schumacher, will be publicly available. In the documentary, which will be available on September 15, we will also see contributions from Michael’s wife Corinne, children of Gina and Mick, and his brother Ralph. The film is, according to Sabine Kehm, a gift from the Schumacher family to their beloved husband and father. Many members of the Formula 1 family, such as Jean Todt, Bernie Ecclestone, Luca di Montezemolo, Flavio Briatore, Sebastian Vettel, Mika Hakkinen, Damon Hill and David Coulthard, also took part in the filming. Poster for a documentary about Michael Schumacher (photo: Ferrari)
This was said by Jean Todt, president of the FIA, who is a close friend of the Schumacher family, when colleagues from RTL France asked the 74-year-old if he could tell the world the unknown health of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher. The Frenchman answered the question: "This is a question I will be very modest about. I often see Michael, once or twice a month. My answer is always the same - fight. We can only wish him and his family to improve. " Todt assured Schumacher fans, who have not seen or heard from him since 2013, that Michael is very well taken care of and is in a place where he is very comfortable. Jean Todt said only about Michael Schumacher that he is following the career of his son Mick. The Frenchman further stressed that he would be pleased
Lewis Hamilton achieved his 92nd career victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix, breaking Michael Schumacher's long-standing record for the number of victories. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1320375538486300672 The second was Hamilton's teammate Valtteri Bottas, who helped Mercedes win its 57th double victory, and this year's title of world champion among constructors is, so to speak, just a formality. For the team from Brackley, this will be the seventh title, and on the eternal list of the best, the German team equaled Lotus in fourth place, behind Ferrari, Williams and McLarn. For the eighth time this year, the Mercedes racers were joined on the podium by Red Bull racer Max Verstappen, who was also the last racer to finish the race in the same lap as Hamilton and Bottas. https://twitter.com/F1/
Behind us is an exciting Formula 1 race for the Eiffel Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, which served with interesting fights, resignations and new members on the podium this season. As expected, the victory roamed the Mercedes camp, won by Lewis Hamilton, who equaled Michael Schumacher in the number of victories (91). Second place was won by Max Verstappen with a point for the fastest lap of the race, and third was to the "delight" of Cyril Abiteboul Daniel Ricciardo. The head of the Renault team will now have to get a tattoo. And another “man of the race” Nico Hülkenberg, who started the race from the start and finished in an excellent eighth place. Lewis Hamilton started the race better, but teammate Bottas did not give up in the second turn and regained the lead. For both Mercedes, s
Imola could be included in the Formula 1 2020 racing calendar. See how Michael Schumacher won the best starting position in the 248 San Marino GP qualifiers with his Ferrari 2006, the fourth race of the season after which F1 said goodbye to this racetrack. Schumi then won only two more pole positions in his career, in the USA (Indianapolis) and France (Magny Cours), and then at the end of the season he said goodbye to Ferrari and interrupted his career for a short time. his qualifying victory, which was his 66th, surpassed the 65-pole record held by the late Ayrton Senna. The seven-time world champion also recorded his first victory of the season a day later after beating Fernando Alonso in a tense strategic battle at Renault. The German is in the goal
Michael Schumacher, a seven-time F1 world champion, will undergo another operation, or stem cell treatment. Italian Contro Copertina reports that the operation (stem cell therapy involves a bone marrow transplant) will be performed by cardiology professor Philippe Menasche, who performed a similar operation on a German racer last year. “The goal is to restore Michael’s nervous system,” he was quoted as saying at the said source. Neurosurgeon Nicola Acciari has revealed that the former Ferrari and Mercedes racer is battling muscle atrophy and osteoporosis. “Science has made great strides in the field of stem cell therapy over the last 20 years,” he said. "But that doesn't change the fact that we don't know much about the human brain. I can't say what results we can expect after
Michael Schumacher won his last best starting position on the day of 2012, in the qualifications for the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, after beating Mark Webber by only 0.08 seconds in a close showdown. For the seven-time F1 world champion, this was also the first "pole position" since the 2006 season, or after his return to Formula 1, but it was not counted in his official statistics, as the German collided with Bruno Senno in the previous race in Spain and for a penalty lost five starting places. Schumi has won the qualifiers 68 times, winning his last officially recognized “pole” at the 2006 French Grand Prix, setting a record that lasted 11 years until he was surpassed at the 2017 Italian Grand Prix by Lewis Hamilton. https://youtu.be/RhemGJgwdpM
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