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Jean Todt and the Schumacher estate: “Fight and follow Mick’s career”

The consequences of the unfortunate accident of Michael Schumacher in Méribel on December 29, 2013 have been kept very secret since then and only close friends like Jean Todt know the real state of health of the seven-time champion.

Lewis Hamilton equaled Michael Schumacher’s seven world titles in Formula 1 this past weekend, but many of us wonder what is the real status of german and to what extent he is aware of the achievement of the British, as well as the rise of his son Mick towards the premier category.

Michael Schumacher suffered an unfortunate accident almost seven years ago while skiing in Switzerland, and since then his health has been kept secret at the express wish of the family.

“He is fighting and all we can do is wish him and his family that things get better”

Only a small group of close friends like Jean Todt, president of the FIA ​​and his former boss at Ferrari, know precisely the extent of your injuries and none of them want to speak openly about it to the media.

“Look, you know this is a question I’m going to be extremely secretive about,” the Frenchman said when asked. “I see Michael very often, once or twice a month. My answer is always the same: he is struggling and the only thing we can do is wish him and his family that things improve.. It is very well surrounded. And he’s in a place where he’s comfortable enough.

Todt was also asked about Michael Schumacher’s awareness of his son’s sports career, stating the Frenchman that Of course she is following him. Mick is in Formula 2, will probably race in Formula 1 next year. It is going to be a great challenge and we are delighted to have a Schumacher back at the highest level in motorsport.

Mick schumacher will be in 2021 official Haas F1 driverA signing that will probably not be made public until the German secures the Formula 2 title, a championship of which only two appointments remain in Bahrain.