Michael Schumacher Condition Not Worsening But Also Not Improving For Over 2 Years Now; Family Still Optimistic

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Formula One Champion, Michael Schumacher?s condition is not worsening but also not improving for over two years now. His devastating skiing accident almost three years ago left him in a state of immobility and now his treatment and recovery continues.

The 47-year-old F1 racer?s family still remains optimistic that he and they will be able to overcome this very difficult ordeal. Devoted wife of 20 years, Corrina, 46, has never given up hope that her husband will fully recover. Corrina has remained at his side throughout his over two years of recovery. The F1 legend has called his wife his ?guardian angel? in previous interviews.

Meanwhile, Express UK reports that Schumacher?s manager Sabine Kehm, recently accepted a lifetime achievement award in behalf of the seven-time F1 world champion. During her acceptance speech, she said, ?This award is an acknowledgment of his great willpower, his motivation, his talent, his discipline and his work ethic.?

She continued, ?I realise we would all like it if Michael himself could be here, but unfortunately that is not possible. We have to accept it and learn to deal with it. We will continue to hope and do everything so that it will be different again.?

The champion racer?s condition has been kept secret since he woke up from a six-month coma two years ago. But former Ferrari chairman, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, recently gave an update on the champion?s condition. He said that they are administering special treatment at the German racer?s home in Lake Geneva. He also revealed that Schumacher is finally responding to treatment. He said, ?I?m very pleased to know that he is reacting. I know how strong he is. I?m sure that thanks to his determination; which will be crucial, he will come out from this very, very difficult situation.?

Michael Schumacher is the most successful driver in F1 history. In 2014, he suffered severe brain injuries after a ski crash at the French Alps wherein he hit his head against a rock. His family remains hopeful that he will fully recover from his condition.

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