By following in the footsteps of the Red Baron in Formula 1, Mick Schumacher arouses curiosity. But before taking his first steps on the slopes, he had stood in the shadow of Michael Schumacher. A father whom he does not like to mention in an interview, as proved by an interview with the Italian magazine La Stampa, cited by Here. “It’s a private matter. We should come back to the subject of motorsport” replied the young driver, questioned about his father.
He winked at her a few minutes later, however. “Everything is unpredictable now, but I don’t deny it: it would be a dream to drive a Ferrari like my father did.” If Mick Schumacher does not escape questions about his father, the mystery around the state of health of the latter is a subject that questions. Since 2013, Michael Schumacher has been subscribers absent from the media and only intervenes in the column through the testimonies of a few relatives.
His entourage remains silent
Michael Schumacher was the victim of a serious skiing accident on December 29, 2013, and the secret has been around since. Seriously injured in the head, he would suffer from numerous consequences after being plunged into an artificial coma for several months. His family has not said more and his wife Corinna refuses to say more about his state of health. Even if it means blocking the road to her husband’s friends who would like to visit her. “I think very, very often about Michael. For all these years, since that terrible accident happened. Especially in recent days,” Luca di Montezemolo, the former boss of Scuderia Ferrari told Bild magazine.
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