A former supervisor at Ferrari has stated that Michael Schumacher continues to watch Formula One races at home while he continues his rehabilitation.
The former Formula One Ferrari driver continues to make progress in his recuperation from severe brain injuries he sustained in a ski accident in 2013.
Jean Todt, who served as Schumacher’s former boss at Ferrari, has provided an extremely unusual update on the former athlete, whose life and health continue to be kept largely under wraps as a result of the tragedy.
Todt told a German television programme that he “doesn’t miss Michael since I see him.”
The 76-year-old driver went on to imply that Schumacher was fit enough to continue following Formula One, revealing that he and Schumacher watch the current season together.
“Yes, it’s true that Michael and I watch races together.
But you’re right, I think what I miss the most is the things that we used to do together.
Mick Schumacher, who is 23 years old and competes in Formula One for the Haas team, is presently ranked 20th in the field. He earned his first points of his career at the British Grand Prix earlier this month.
The young motorist disclosed in a radio message that he told his father he would “prove them wrong and believe in himself” that he would do both of those things.