It’s been five and a half years since Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident that left him seriously injured and out of the public eye. Since then, health updates have been few and far between. However, close friend of the seven-time Formula One world champion and current head of the FIA Jean Todt has spoken about Schumacher’s condition. Todt spoke to Radio Monte-Carlo, according to a Tuesday report from the The Sun, and shared information about the former Ferrari driver. Specifically, he stressed that Schumacher continues to make progress during recovery. The F1 star was skiing when he fell and hit his head on a rock, which cracked his helmet open. It’s been understood in other small health updates that Schumacher is unable to speak or walk. Yet, Todt said his progress has been encouraging overall and both of them watched this past weekend’s F1 race at Schumacher’s home in Switzerland. Todt was Schumacher’s former boss when he ran Ferrari’s F1 race team, and the two developed a close relationship throughout Schumacher’s career.Michael Schumacher at the launch of the Ferrari F2001 Formula 1 race car Alluding to his inability to talk, Todt said their friendship has changed because they can’t communicate like… Read full this story
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