Michael Schumacher latest update came from the ex-Ferrari boss Luca Cordero di Montezemolo during the 70th-anniversary celebration of Ferrari last week. In an interview at the event, the former boss gave out statements which seem to suggest the immediate return of the F1 champion as the former claims he knows the latter's strength.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo was the president of Ferrari from 2004 to 2014, the time when Michael Schumacher's racing career was at its peak. Apparently, the ex-boss has been very instrumental in the F1 champion's career.
— Michael Schumacher (@MichaelSchumac) December 4, 2011
Michael Schumacher has a very good relationship with Luca Cordero di Montezemolo. In an interview with Corriere Dello Sport newspaper, the ex-Ferrari boss shared that he and the F1 champion were "very connected" for the span of 11 years that the latter was still active with the Ferrari team.
It seems that the two are still very connected at present. The former boss also mentioned in the interview, "As I know his strength, I dream that he will soon be among us again."
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo's statement seems to suggest that he is very positive with the return of the champion racer. Claiming that he knows the strength of Michael Schumacher and confessing his dream of having the latter to join them again sounded like the champion racer's health has greatly progressed.
Moreover, the former boss' statement including the time frame "soon" seems to hint very positive report. It sounds like Michael Schumacher is recuperating very well now and there is a possibility for him to be back "soon."
The ex-Ferrari boss further revealed that he always wear the watch given to him by Michael Schumacher. As he usually wears the precious gift, he also usually remembers the F1 champion, DailyStar reported.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo also admitted that he likes the F1 champion very much. The family of Michael Schumacher has not released any statement to confirm the immediate return of the F1 champion. However, the statements of the ex-Ferrari boss sound good enough to give hope for the fans of the champion racer.