It was December 2013 when Michael Schumacher was seriously injured in his head while skiing in the Alps, and since then, his state of health remains unknown. After about a year of silence, his spokesman made a formal announcement.
“What can be said is that the family really appreciates the fans’ sympathy. People really see and understand that his state of health is not something they can share publicly, “said Sabine Kehm, a seven-time spokeswoman for the Motorsport magazine.
This is the first time since December 2016 that Ms. Kehm makes a statement about Schumacher. He then stated that “Michael’s health is not a public issue, and therefore we will not continue to comment on this issue. Legally and in the long run, any statement related to his health reduces the scope of his private sphere. “
The exact state of health of the 49-year-old German pilot of Formula 1 remains unknown. The latest information that came in July 2014, when he woke up after six months to an artificial coma and was announced to be transferred to a rehabilitation center set up by his family in their home in Geneva.