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, after ten years, Michael’s brother, Ralf Schumacher, opened up about the impact of the incident.
Ralf Schumacher said,
“I miss my Michael from back then.”
Here is the complete statement:
“I miss my Michael from back then. Thank goodness we were able to do a lot. Thanks to modern medical possibilities, but still, nothing is the same as before.”
A few can relate to Ralf and what he has been experiencing for a decade. It is tough to digest that your brother, with whom you raced, shared podiums, and shared numerous memories, cannot remember you.
Not just Ralf, but we also stand with Mick Schumacher. He was with his father when this skiing incident happened, and his father hasn’t seen his son’s progress in Formula 1 over the years. The world is with the Schumacher family, and we hope for a speedy recovery for Michael Schumacher.
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