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Michael Schumacher News: Fans Remember Schumacher On Social Media

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Michael Schumacher Health Update

Michael Schumacher is recovering from the devastating head injuries. Schumacher?s fans remember their all time favorite F1 driver every day. Their posts and comments on social media are proving it.

Michael Schumacher?s fan pages on Facebook are sharing glimpses of his Formula One journey. Recently, a fan had posted the picture of Schumacher taking part in German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. ??Michael Schumacher takes charge at start of the 2004 German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. Schumi did have to push hard in the final stint to stay ahead of a charging BAR-Honda piloted by Jenson Button. But this was win number 81 for the champion!,? the post reads. Fan groups also have some epic pictures of Schumacher from 1990?s.

Michael Schumacher Health Updates

At present, Michael Schumacher is in his Swiss mansion home, which is located on the shores of Lake Geneva. An insider has revealed that the “progress is painfully slow?. Around 15 medical professionals are taking care of Schumacher. Professor Jean-Francois Payen is supervising Schumacher?s treatment. Payen had operated on Schumacher’s brain blood clots after his catastrophic ski accident at Meribel on December 29 2013, according to Express. ?Professor Payen is in touch with Schumacher?s family. ?

Schumacher?s wife is living with lots of hopes. “She has displayed in every way an exceptional willpower. She knew the seriousness of the situation and the long road that lay before them. She looks at things very clearly and makes every effort, and gives everything, which can help to improve the condition of her husband,? Professor Payen said.

A source had said that patients who suffer from head injuries take a long time to recover.

Recently, F1 drivers had organized a charity football match as a tribute to Michael Schumacher. Schumacher owns $700-$800 million worth of properties. His family has spent 20 million pounds for his treatment. Schumacher began his Formula One career in 1991 at the Belgium Grand Prix. He has won 91 Grand Prix and is the only seven-time world champion in the Formula One. He had 155 finishes on the podium. Schumacher?s son Mick Schumacher is also building a great career in Formula One.

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