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Michael Schumacher’s Condition Update: ‘He is No Longer the Michael We Knew’

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Michael Schumacher's close friend and former boss, Jean Todt, has provided an update on the Formula 1 legend's condition, revealing that he is "no longer the Michael we knew." It has been almost a decade since Schumacher's tragic ski accident that left him in a coma for 250 days.

A Glimpse into Schumacher's Current State

In a recent interview with French paper L'Equipe, ex-Ferrari and FIA boss Jean Todt shared that Schumacher is still present but has changed significantly. He praised Schumacher's wife and children for guiding and protecting him during this difficult time. Todt expressed that he feels privileged to share moments with his dear friend, but acknowledged that fate has taken a toll on Schumacher's life.

Respecting the Family's Privacy

Florian König, a Formula One presenter, disclosed that he does not ask the Schumacher family about Michael's health and respects their decision to provide limited information. König believes that people's continued interest in Schumacher's fate shows the impact he has had on the world of racing.

Mark Blundell's Heartbreaking Regrets

Mark Blundell, a former McLaren driver and Schumacher's F1 pal, expressed his regrets over not being able to hear amazing anecdotes from Schumacher's career and his insights into the sport. Blundell called Michael's presence a significant loss for the F1 community and lamented that the world missed out on his support for his son and other up-and-coming drivers.

Documentaries Shedding Light

A new five-part documentary called "Being Michael Schumacher" is set to air on December 28. The film will explore Schumacher's early years and his rise to Formula 1 greatness. This follows a 2021 documentary by Netflix, in which Schumacher's wife Corinna maintained privacy and only mentioned that he was "different" after the accident.

As fans eagerly await updates on Michael Schumacher's condition, his loved ones continue to protect his privacy, making the world appreciate the impact he has had on motorsports even more.

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