Michael Schumacher, 51, has been out of the media spotlight for seven years now following a catastrophic skiing accident. Now, former Ferrari boss Jean Todt has given a short update on the world champion’s condition.
Schumacher suffered significant injuries in a skiing accident in December 2013 and has not been seen in public since.
He sustained a head injury when he lost control of his skis and hit his head on a rock, despite wearing a ski helmet.
He was airlifted to hospital and put in a medically induced coma, but has since regained consciousness, although to what extent has not been disclosed by his family.
It is believed he is living with his family at their home in Lake Geneva, Switzerland.
Schumacher currently has the most career wins in F1 history, with 91 overall triumphs.
A documentary on Schumacher, directed by German filmmakers Michael Wech and Hanns-Bruno Kammertöns was slated to be released in December 2019.
However, it was delayed due to producers needing more time to work through sensitive and previously unseen family footage.