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Michael Schumacher’s Health Highlighted in His Documentary; Family and Friends Admit Sad Truth About F1 Champ’s Condition
Michael Schumacher’s health is still a huge mystery even five years since his devastating skiing accident in the Alps. His family decided to cut the media off, so there was no news about Schumi’s condition since he was reportedly put into a medically-induced coma to save his life.
However, things had changed last year when it was reported that a documentary about the greatest Former Formula One champion is in the works. Schumacher’s family fully supported the film that is why its progress has been swift.
The best part of the documentary film is that Michael Schumacher’s family also agreed to participate in giving the real and accurate story about Schumi. While the film will have many light moments since his victories and road to stardom will be depicted, there will be sad parts too due to his health.
According to The Daily Mail, Schumacher’s current health condition will finally be revealed to the public. Although they may not directly discuss his specific state, the family and friends’ interviews will shed light on how the racing legend is doing right now.
While the film is not yet out in cinemas, the trailer has been posted, and the part that caught the attention of the viewers was Bernie Ecclestone’s, former F1 chief, statements about Michael Schumacher’s condition. It was rather depressing when he seemed to have suggested that Mick Schumacher’s dad is still immobile and possibly could not recognize people.
"He is not with us at this moment,” he said in the preview of the documentary. “But when he is better, he will answer all the questions."
Aside from Ecclestone’s Michael Schumacher’s wife, Corrina also stated that although her husband is not yet well up to now, they are still hoping that the time will come when they will see him in good health and fully recovered from his injuries. She added that the racing legend is a natural fighter so they know he will continue to fight until he can recover.
Michael Schumacher’s father Rolf is also expected to comment on his son’s health and career. The documentary simply titled “Schumacher” will be released on Dec. 5 in Germany and neighboring countries. The rest of the world will get to see the film via Netflix or Amazon, but there is no date yet for the streaming.