Jean Todt assures supporters that Micheal Schumacher will “slowly but surely improve”

Jean Todt assured that Michael Schumacher will “slowly and surely improve” with time.

Todt is a close friend of Schumacher and of his family. He predicted that the legend, who is not in the best of states after his horrific skiing accident years ago, will make a recovery and return to full health.

“I’ve spent a lot of time with (Schumacher’s wife) Corinna since Michael had his serious skiing accident on December 29, 2013,” Todt said, as reported by

“She is a great woman and runs the family. She hadn’t expected that. It happened suddenly and she had no choice. But she does it very well. I trust her, she trusts me.

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Jean Todt (pictured) says Michael Schumacher will make a recovery sooner than later. Source:

“Thanks to the work of his doctors and the cooperation of Corinna, who wanted him to survive, he survived – but with consequences,” he concluded.


Schumacher’s fans were devastated to hear the horrible news in 2013, when he suffered a serious and terrible head injury in 2013 after his skiing accident in the French Alps. He was airlifted out of the place for treatment, but his condition was critical.

To this day, he has not recovered to his youthful and exuberant self, and fans await the return of the seven-time world champion with patience.

Following his accident, the 52-year-old has been receiving treatment, nursing and care till today. The accident, according to Swiss neurologist Erich Riederer, left the German champion and former Ferrari driver in a vegetative state.

However, his wife and his family have assured that he is steadily making progress with his recovery, and there are positive signs in the process. It is heartening to hear the news of Schumacher fighting to get his health and well-being to full capacity. Now with Todt’s statements, it only seems to be a matter of time.

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