Manager Michael Schumacher has confirmed that the condition of the seven-time world champion is improving after a ski accident. Sabine Kehm is now leading the sports career of Šumi's son Mick, so these days she is in a hurry in the Formula One paddock in Barcelona, where she could not avoid questions about the condition of the former Ferrari and Mercedes racer. "The situation is slowly improving, but there is still a long way to go." Schumacher's wife Corinna, meanwhile, is said to have recently sold her husband's private jet and one of the holiday homes in Norway.
After receiving the trophy for the best rookie in the first race of the German Formula 16 in Oschersleben on Saturday, 4-year-old Mick Schumacher has already stepped on the highest podium in the third race on the same racetrack. He started the race from second place (starting places are determined by the reverse order of rankings in the previous race), and after finishing the race by a safety car, he finished half a second ahead of Joseph Mawson, who completely caught him in the last laps in front of the safety car. . Schumacher finished the first race in ninth place and the second in twelfth place. He is in fifth place with 27 points after three races in the overall standings of the championship. Meanwhile, in French Formula 4, another son with a famous last name embarked on a successful sports career. Giovanni Alesi, son of successful Formula One racer, Jean Ales
Michael Schumacher’s manager hasn’t spoken in public for a while, and now she’s advertising because of the son of seven-time world champion Mick Schumacher. Mick is racing in the Formula 4 series this season, where he started the season on April 26 with an accident. We all expect a lot from Mick, normally the surname Schumacher is immediately associated with Formula One, where Mick once wanted, but Sabine Kehm says: "We must give him time. We should not immediately expect so much from him. He must gain experience and knowledge. , with which he will be able to progress. He has Formula One in mind, but he has to concentrate on his current job. We keep him away from the media so that we don't put too much pressure on him with goals that are too high. He will answer a few questions every race weekend. " It is worth mentioning that Mic
Adrian Newey is known in motorsport as a very successful designer of winning race cars, and his son Harrison will compete in six German Formula 4 races this year. , the son of seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher. Young Newey, in addition to being a teammate of young Šumi, will also be racing in British Formula Four this year.
Mick Schumacher, the son of nine-time world champion Michael Schumacher, will progress from karting to single-seater race cars with an open cab this year. He will compete in German Formula Four with the Van Amersfoort Racing team, for which Max Verstappen competed in Formula Three last year, and he will go down in history as the youngest Formula One racer at the age of 17. “In recent years, we have somehow offered the traditional runner-up of the German Junior Karting Championships testing in our simulator,” said Dutch team boss Frits van Amersfoort. “Mick spent a whole day at our factory in the Netherlands, then we watched him test in Valencia, and finally we agreed to take part in this year’s Formula 4 season,” he added. The surname Schumacher is already (again) strong
Former Formula One chief physician Gary Hartstein doubts Michael Schumacher’s condition will improve. Schumacher’s wife Corina is said to have spent nearly € 200.000 a month caring for the seven-time champion, who is said to be only minimally conscious and still unable to sit alone, let alone walk and talk. Dr. Hartstein thinks the silence about the German's progress is worrying. “The more time passes, the less likely Michael’s condition is to improve,” he said. “The life expectancy of patients in a coma who do not improve neurologically is measured in months or just a few years,” he added. The speculation was also confirmed by an unnamed family friend who said doctors did not know if Schumacher would ever talk, walk or dress and feed himself. "It is very likely, however
The family of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has announced that the German racer is no longer in a coma and that he has left a hospital in Grenoble where he has been receiving treatment since a ski accident last December. "Michael has left the hospital in Grenoble and will now continue his long rehabilitation. He is no longer in a coma," Schumi's manager Sabine Kehm wrote in a press release, adding that the treatment of the former Ferrari racer will continue away from the public eye. therefore, she also did not disclose where this would take place. Unofficially, however, Schumacher is said to have returned to his home by Lake Geneva, where his wife Corinna has earmarked around eleven million euros for the refurbishment and furnishing of one of the rooms in which Michael will continue his recovery.
Nigel Stepney, a former Ferrari engineer and one of the main actors in the Spygate affair, died in a car accident today. Stepney, 56, began his Formula One career in 1970, but before joining Ferrari, he worked on the Lotus and Benetton teams. He was fired from the Italian team in 2007 when he was suspected of sabotaging racer Kimi Raikkonen and handing over confidential information to McLarn technical director Mike Coughlan. After an infamous Formula One reputation in 2010, Stepney joined the JRM team in the GT1 Series and Wolrd Endurance, most recently co-developing this year’s Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3. “From the moment Nigel joined the team in 2010, he has been a key person on the team as he has brought us an invisible level of engineering experience,” said James Rumsey, l
Michael Schumacher's wife is said to have already begun preparations for her husband's return. At their home by Lake Geneva, she is set to arrange a special room where the seven-time Formula One world champion will continue his recovery. It is expected to deduct a little less than eleven million euros for the rearrangement. This was also reported by the Daily Mail, where they also wrote, among other things, that Corinna was supposed to take this step after doctors told her that it was very unlikely that Michael would ever wake up from a coma.
Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is said to be showing encouraging signs of improvement while still recovering from a ski accident in which he injured his head. "We are confident that Michael will pull out and wake up. He is showing small but encouraging signs, but we are nevertheless aware that we need to be very patient," Schumacher's manager, Sabine Kehm, wrote in a press release. Doctors began waking the German, who was injured on December 29, from an artificial coma in the second half of January. Although this is the first positive news after a long time, the statement stressed that the recovery of the former Ferrari and Mercedes racer will most likely be very long. "Michael suffered serious injuries. We still can't come to terms with the fact that Michael, who in his lifetime