Michael Schumacher's health updates remain a guessing game for many. It seems that the F1 champion does not have a good chance to recover at this time, but his son, Mick Schumacher seems to be getting good chances in his racing career.
Michael Schumacher is assumed to be still fighting to recover from his ill-fated accident. Unfortunately, recent reports speculate that the probability of his recuperation seems to be very low.
In an interview with Daily Star Online, Michael Schumacher's friend and fellow racer Philippe Streiff gave his thoughts on the condition of his injured friend. Philippe Streiff said that it is normal to always find hope after an accident, even in neurological cases.
However, it seems that the latter has also lost hope on his friend. Philippe Streiff also mentioned, "But after more than three years, it is probably more difficult."
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Philippe Streiff also added that Michael Schumacher may not be 100 percent recovering. However, he also expressed his hopes for his friend to come out and be seen by his millions of fans.
Despite the not-so-good news, another report has surfaced about Michael Schumacher's son. Since the F1 champion will not be visible on the race track due to his accident, his son Mick Schumacher will soon be very visible.
Mick Schumacher has been tasked to be one of the commentators in the upcoming Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM). Beginning on Friday, May 5, the young Schumacher will be seen at the commentary box of the event.
Mick Schumacher will be giving analysis of the happenings at the opening weekend of Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters. The young Schumacher will have a slot from May 5 to 7.
This commentator gig in the upcoming Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters seems to hint of a good chance for Mick Schumacher in his racing career. It can be recalled that the young Schumacher has just made his debut at Formula 3 last month. It seems that many have also begun to love the young Schumacher and now he was given the chance to level up and give his analysis in the upcoming DTM event.