Frenchman Jean Todt, his former boss at Ferrari and present head of the FIA, assured him in an interview with a newspaper in his nation.
Former German driver Michael Schumacher, seven occasions Components 1 world champion, is being handled to “be capable of return to a extra regular life,” in accordance with what his pal and former Ferrari boss, Frenchman Jean Todt, revealed on Friday.
“I’m very discreet on this matter, insofar as we all know that Michael had a really critical accident on December 29, 2013, and that it sadly had nice penalties. Since then, he has been handled with the intention to return to a extra regular life.” mentioned Todt in an interview with the newspaper “Ouest France” reproduced by the Italian company ANSA.
For the reason that 50-year-old Schumacher suffered the snowboarding accident within the French Alps on December 29, 2013, his well being is unknown.
Whereas snowboarding, he tripped and hit his head on a rock, and solely the helmet saved him from demise.
As well as, the one who was head of the Italian crew additionally referred to Mick Schumacher, Michael’s son, who was topped champion final Sunday in Components 2 and subsequent yr will make his debut within the ‘nice circus’ by the hands of the crew Haas.
“I’m delighted as a result of it’s a household that I like. It’s a youngster I noticed born. I’ve a particular affection for him, he’s enthusiastic about automobile racing and driving,” mentioned Todt.