Bernie Ecclestone talks about the state of Michael Schumacher in a documentary trailer
Bernie Ecclestone says that Michael Schumacher & # 39; is not currently with us & # 39; but declares that the F1 legend & # 39; all questions & # 39; will ever answer about his health in a documentary trailer
- Trailer for new film about Michael Schumacher shown to the public in Cannes
- Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone shares information about the condition of the star
- In the images, Ecclestone says: & # 39; He's not with us right now. But if he gets better, he'll answer all the questions & # 39;
- Driver has not been seen since he suffered head injury in a ski accident in 2013
Bernie Ecclestone has given a brief insight into the condition of Michael Schumacher in the trailer for a new documentary about the life of the Formula 1 driver.
In a trailer for & # 39; Schumacher & # 39 ;, shown to the public in Cannes, the F1 boss says: & # 39; He's not with us right now. But if he gets better, he will answer all the questions. & # 39;
Schumacher has not been seen since he suffered a major head injury in a ski accident in 2013, and updates about his condition are rare.
He is thought to receive 24-hour care in a medical suite set up in his home in Switzerland.
Bernie Ecclestone said he believes Michael Schumacher will recover from his head injury in a ski accident in a new trailer for a documentary about the driver's life (file)
The film will be released in Germany this year, while international rights are still being sold.
Schumacher & # 39; s father Rolf, 74, also appears in it and says: & # 39; He knew what he wanted as a child. That was no wonder, that was the skill that he had worked himself. & # 39;
Wife Corinna also speaks and says: & # 39; Michael is a hunter and does not give up. & # 39;
In January this year, Corinna, who helped medical teams restore health to her husband, shared a rare update for his 50th birthday.
She wrote on Facebook: & # 39; We are happy and thank you for celebrating Michael & # 39; s 50th birthday with him and with us.
& # 39; You can be sure that he is in good hands and we are doing everything we can to help him.
& # 39; Please understand that we are following Michael & # 39; s wishes and keeping privacy as sensitive as (his) health.
Schumacher fell into a coma after the accident in the French Alps in 2013 and has not been seen since. It is believed that he is recovering in his home in Switzerland, cared for by his wife Corinna (shown together in 2005)
& # 39; At the same time, we say thank you very much for your friendship and wish you a healthy and happy 2019. & # 39;
Son Mick has also talked about his father since he started racing Formula 2 for Ferrari, the old team of Michael, but did not reveal much about his health condition.
& # 39; The only person I would like to be (is) my father, & # 39; he said in May of this year for the Spanish Grand Prix.
When he asked him what it was like to look back on his father's career, he added: & it's never easy. What my father did was extraordinary. I appreciate it more every day. & # 39;
Mick, then 14 years old, was with Michael when he fell and hit his head on a rock while skiing off the slopes at the Méribel resort in the French Alps in December 2013.
Michael suffered severe head injury in the accident and had to be put in a coma, where doctors said he was lucky to survive.
Four months after the accident, doctors began to pull Schumacher out of the coma and the trial was completed in June 2014.
He was transferred to a rehabilitation clinic and in September was taken home that year to continue his recovery in privacy.
Since then, little has been said about his state of health – although lawyer Felix Damm revealed to the court in 2016 that Schumacher cannot walk & # 39 ;, as the family sued a German newspaper for reporting otherwise.
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