Michael Schumacher’s family have worried fans with a expression on his ‘serious’ condition
The Formula One driver’s wife Corinna Betschi has required privacy while the star remains seriously ill following a brain hurt, telling reporters: “Something serious has happened.”
Her full statement to photojournalists reads: “The decision to protect his privacy from the public has been captivated in Michael’s interest.
“We have made it very clear that something honest has happened.”
The statement left Mr Schumacher’s fans worried his condition may demand worsened – although the “something serious” may also refer to his accident.
Considered to be one of the greatest Formula One drivers of all time, Mr Schumacher is pain from a serious brain injury after a skiing accident.
The famous driver is receiving £115,000-a-week treatment following the brain mistreatment.
However on Friday there was fresh hope the Formula One star could get the “medical miracle” his blood has been hoping for.
He was said to be doing “well in the circumstances”, leading to promises his condition was improving after six months in a coma following the December 2013 mishap.
He is currently being looked after at his home by Lake Geneva where he learns constant care from a team of 15 physicians and nurses.
The German ex-driver’s line rarely speak publicly about his condition.
However his team were recently faked to deny claims that he was able to talk after they appeared in the German demand.