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More than ‘Miracle’ Michael Schumacher Getting Well

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]nformation about the ill heath of Michael Schumacher has reported that Formula 1 Legend was doing well in hospital, but recent reports, this past week said only a “miracle” is what is needed if the public wants to ever see the German legend racer again.

While some reports have said there is no chance for his recovery, many others simply imagined what the F1 race track would look like without him. No one has been able to report clearly about the 47-year-old Schumacher’s current health condition, following his late 2013 skiing crash and brain injuries.

Kramer, a former sports marketing chief for Mercedes, told the German broadcaster N24 that,”He is in a more than difficult situation, and it would need a miracle to see him in public again.”

Heading home, enough progress has been made for the seven-time world champion to leave the clinic
Heading home, enough progress has been made for the seven-time world champion to leave the clinic

Kramer who said he will never forget August 25, 1991, as he was instrumental in arranging for the then Mercedes-backed Schumacher to make his debut for Jordan.

“It was a very special day and will always remain that way for me.” Kramer said.

But now, motoring world International link can proudly report that the German Formula 1 revelation is now getting better.

Reliable report says that “Michael Schumacher is now getting better and better each passing day. As a matter of fact, the Formula One legend is reportedly able to walk already.

“Though the progress on his medical condition is slow, rumours suggest that Michael Schumacher can now manage to walk. Sources have stated that the Formula One legend was able to take a few steps with the assistance of his therapists.”

Michael Schumacher who had been placed in an induced coma since the ski accident, according to Philippe Streiff, has already been transferred into a wheelchair.

Reports further say that “Michael Schumacher has been undergoing a series of therapies since his tragic ski accident. But, no official statements about the Formula One legend’s current health condition have been released since day one.

“Several fans have rejoiced after learning that the Formula One legend can now take a few steps. However, neither the family nor therapists of Michael Schumacher have confirmed these claims. So, fans should take everything with a grain of salt until it has been proven true and correct.”

The Formula 1Legend, who had developed severe head injury in the accident that took him away from all time competition since 2013, can be said to be recovering gradually from brain damage, sequel to another report GamenGuide.

GamenGuide had previously reported that Michael Schumacher is now starting to recover from his brain injuries and through that report Schumacher’s  fans now know that hehas been suffering from severe brain and body injuries when he hit his head on a rock in a tragic skiing accident in French Alps, three years ago.

Former Ferrari chairman, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo had previously confirmed also that Michael Schumacher is reacting already and was full of hope that Michael will come out of hospital in not too long a time.

“I know how strong he is. I’m sure that thanks to his determination, which will be crucial, he will come out from this very, very difficult situation.” Luca has said.

until now, family, close friends and well wishers, mostly fans of Michael Schumacher are yet to comment on these reports as no one is certain yet, because they had remained in the dark about his health ever since.


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