Michael Schumacher latest: F1 legend’s return on the cards, believes manager

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Michael Schumacher, Formula 1 legend will be back one day with continued support and patience from everyone, his manager hopes.

Michael Schumacher suffered severe head injuries during a skiing accident in December 2013. The seven-time world champion went to a medically induced coma.

In September 2014, Michael Schumacher was able to fight out the coma and move to his residence in Switzerland. The German is receiving continuous treatment from specialist doctors at his residence following his accident in France.

Sabine Kehm, manager of the German racing legend attended an exhibition in Marburg, Germany. The prime highlight of the exhibition was regarding the career of Michael Schumacher.

“He is the most successful driver in the history and sometimes, on days like this, it is good to be reminded of it. We must accept it and hope with everything we have that, with continued support and patience, he will one day be back with us.” Kehm said, as reported by BBC.

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The exhibition in Marburg marks Michael Schumacher’s 20-year partnership with sponsor Deutsche Vermogensberatung. The exhibit is free to public eye and contains a few of Schumacher’s cars, private collection of personal items as well as racing equipment’s.

Last November, Federation Internationale de I’Automobile (FIA) president Jean Todt mentioned that Schumacher was “still fighting” for his life.

Former Ferrari supremo Luca di Montezemolo stated that the health of Michael Schumacher was “not good”.

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