Michael Schumacher: "His wife wanted him to survive ..."

The statements belong to Jean Todt, president of the FIA ​​and the only person who has visited Schumi assiduously.

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A few months after eight years of the serious accident that the German suffered Michael Schumacher, seven times champion of F1, little is known of his state of health. The only novelties usually come from the French Jean Todt, President of the International Automobile Federation since he is the only person who has visited it in this time.

In an interview he gave to picture, Todt assured that Corinna, the wife of the former pilot, has played a very important role in this difficult process that the family has experienced since the December 29 2013 when the Kaiser crashed while skiing.

Michael Schumacher“Thanks to the work of the doctors and the help of Corinna, who wanted Michael to survive, and he has, but with consequences. Right now he is fighting against these consequences and I hope that things will improve little by little ”, recognized the holder of the FIA.

Todt also recognizes Corinna as the mainstay of the family. “I have spent a lot of time with her since Michael had that serious accident. Corina is a great woman and has taken command of the family. I didn't expect that to happen, but it ended up happening and I had no choice "He said.

In the talk with the German medium, Todt also confessed that he feels a special affection for Mick Schumacher, son of the multiple champion and who is going through his first season in F.1. "Mick is one of the people who will always have a special place in my heart and also in that of my wife Michelle", he maintained.

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