Michael Schumacher latest: Sebastian Vettel opens up about ex-Formula One star’s condition


The Pattern One legend and seven-time world champion suffered a severe head offence while skiing at the exclusive Meribel Resort in the French Alps on December 29 2013.

The record-breaking frisk legend was put into a medically induced coma and underwent two life-saving runnings at Grenoble Hospital.

And in April 2014 he was moved to a hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland, already being brought home in September 2014.

His health and updated condition has as a rule remained a mystery since then, but former colleague Vettel remarked he believes Schumacher “knows how to move forward” and hopefully recover.

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“If anyone knows how to move forward, then it is him.”

Schumacher was skiing with his 14-year-old son in the French Alps when he knock and hit his head on a rock. 

Despite wearing a helmet, the F1 legend suffered a hurtful brain injury that left him in a coma.

Physicians said Schumacher thinks fitting almost certainly have died if he was not wearing head protection. 

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And four years later, his family are still hoping for a “medical miracle” as the speed legend recovers from his injuries, according to a source close to them.

The driver is reportedly walk off £115,000-a-week treatment following a brain injury sustained in a skiing misfortune but is said to be doing “well in the circumstances”.

His wife Corinna Betschi and teenagers Mick and Gina-Maria are said to be hopeful.

A family friend said: “Corinna and the laddies hope to this day that a medical miracle happens.”