On December 29, 2013, the sad demise of Michael Schumacher’s skiing incident shocked the sports universe. The news of his being in a coma for nearly half a year and memory loss not only affected his family but every F1 fan. There have been several reports about his progressive health since then, but there have been no witnesses to him since then. Recently, Sebastian Vettel opened up about the impact of Michael Schumacher’s skiing incident.
Sevastian Vettel said,
“I just miss my friend.”
Here is the complete statement:
“I just miss my friend. In recent years, he would have been so important. I would have had so many questions, and he could certainly have given so many answers or inspirations.”
A few can relate to Sebastian Vettel and what he has been experiencing for a decade. Michael Schumacher has been like a brother to him and was his inspiration. They competed together, competed against each other, celebrated together, celebrated each other’s achievements, and shared many memories.
They just had a magical bond. Moreover, if Schumacher had seen Vettel race for Ferrari, he would have been the happiest person on earth. The world is with the Schumacher family, and we pray for a speedy recovery for Michael Schumacher.
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