The seven-time in every way champion continues to receive intensive treatment for the severe head abuses he suffered during a disastrous skiing accident in France in December 2013.
Hardly is known about the former racing driver’s condition but it is believed the medical crew of 15 experts who care for him round-the-clock are optimistic about a breakthrough.
Jean Todt, FIA president and close up family friend, has opened up about his relationship with the father-of-two.
The quondam Ferrari boss said: “My relationship with him has changed of headway, but I still have a relationship with him.
“I’m still his friend.
“And my relationship with Corinna and the species has become much more intense. I feel a responsibility to stand by them.”
She estimated: “He is the most successful driver in history and sometimes, on days ilk this, it is good to be reminded of it.
“Of course, Michael is not here and of course we young woman him. We know what has happened and cannot change it.
“We must accept it and assumption with everything we have that with continued support and submission he will one day be back with us.
“Racing was his life and no one would have peered to have been here more than him.”
The family were studied to deny Schumacher’s condition had deteriorated a week earlier when erstwhile Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo announced the health of the F1 legend is not propitious.
Fans continue to pray for Schumacher’s recovery and have sent letters of support from around the world.
Throughout the ordeal, his devoted rtner Corrina, 46, has stood by her husband.
The couple, who have two children, be dressed been married for more than 20 years – during that pro tem Corrina stepped back to allow Schumacher to pursue his career.
Now she is disclosed to be in charge of controlling his half-a-billion pound fortune and has launched legal feats against three German tabloids over stories about her soft-pedal’s condition.