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Michael Schumacher’s Friend Gives Update on F1 Legend’s Health 10 Years After Ski Accident

, Michael Schumacher’s Friend Gives Update on F1 Legend’s Health 10 Years After Ski Accident

Former F1 Driver Timo Glock Speaks Out

Timo Glock, a former Formula One driver and friend of Michael Schumacher, has provided an update on the F1 legend's health ten years after his devastating ski accident in the French Alps. In an interview with MegaDice.com, Glock expressed how difficult it is to accept Schumacher's injuries and the impact they have had on his family. He also spoke about his close relationship with Schumacher's son, Mick, and the pressure the young racer faces.

Pressure on Mick Schumacher

Glock shared his thoughts on Mick Schumacher and the immense pressure he faces as the son of a racing legend. He explained that every son of an F1 driver carries the weight of their father's name, but Mick's situation is intensified by the accident his father experienced. Despite the challenges, Glock praised Mick for handling the pressure remarkably well and delivering strong performances in Formula One.

Criticizing the Haas Team

Glock also criticized the Haas team and its boss, Guenther Steiner, for not properly supporting Mick Schumacher during his entry into Formula One. He believes that Mick could have shown his true talent if the team had provided better circumstances. Glock expressed his hope that Mick will have future opportunities to showcase his skills.

Manager's Hope Fades

Willi Weber, Michael Schumacher's former manager, recently revealed that he has no hope of seeing the F1 legend again. Weber expressed his disappointment at not being able to visit Schumacher immediately after the accident and mourned the missed opportunity. Weber also criticized the family for not being transparent about Schumacher's condition and called for the truth to be revealed.

, Michael Schumacher’s Friend Gives Update on F1 Legend’s Health 10 Years After Ski Accident

Ten Years Since the Accident

December 29, 2023, will mark the tenth anniversary of Michael Schumacher's ski accident. The F1 legend has not made any public appearances since 2013, and details of his health condition have been kept private. Fans and friends continue to hope for positive news about his recovery.

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