Schumacher in need of miracle says neurosurgeon; Time not in the racer’s favor?
F1 legend Michael Schumacher is need of a miracle to recover fully according to an unconfirmed information coming from an anonymous neurosurgeon. There is still no latest official update regarding Schumacher’s health and recovery condition for a media blackout is somehow implemented in order to protect the privacy of the racer and his family.
According to Sabine Kehm, Schumacher’s manager, she stated in an interview that the champion racer has been showing some minor improvements after 17 months since the accident. But despite the said improvements, Kehm and the rest of Schumacher’s supporters are cognizant of the long and difficult road ahead of them.
“We are happy to say still he does improvement and I say this always considering the severeness of the injury he had. But of course it will take a very long time for everybody involved to fight, and we are happy to take this fight,” Kehm said via TVNZ.
The 47-year-old racing icon’s current condition is still shrouded in mystery, and there is still little of what the media know about the current condition of Schumacher after his unfortunate skiing accident at French Alpine resort of Meribel back in December 2013 wherein the F1 racer suffered a severe head injury leading to comatose.
Any relevant and new information are kept away from the media to avoid speculations and rumors. And this so-called act of media blackout implemented by Schumacher’s manager has proven to be vital and practical, especially after the racer’s name was recently used in an “April’s Fools” hoax article.
As of now the newly released info about the health and recovery condition of Schumacher remains unverified. But whether it is true or not, such news would still be tough to swallow for most racing fans and especially among family members.
The need for miracles is somehow emphasized in the most recent update. However, going back from a previous insider’s statement via Express UK, which states that “there is no miracle on the horizon,” one cannot help but imagine the future of the seven-time F1 World Champion. No one knows how things will end for Schumacher at the end of this race called life.